National Field Trip: Day 5

Today I went on a company visit to:

Telecoms Training Institute (TTI) located at Valenzuela.

What I learned?

Honestly, we had information overload because the employee that entertained us taught and shared to us many things. He showed us many sections of TTI which were somewhat a miniature of what is really an actual telecommunications company is since it is training ground. He showed us how to crimp fiber optic wires that is used in their technology. We were also able to see the old servers in TTI. These servers were indeed huge and the employee made us see how they’re being used at the past. The equipment used also are quite old already.

What I like?

I really like how the person that taught us eagerly want to teach us. He always says to listen because he is just seldom like that. He is also very informative person.

What I didn’t like?

What I didn’t like is the equipment and building they are currently using. It seems very old and the building has already leaks. It seems so creepy

Today I went on a company visit to:

MMDA (Traffic Engineering) located at Mandaluyong.

What I learned?

When we went at the monitoring department, we saw a lot of and big flat screen monitors hanged in front of them. What is seen on the monitors are the things currently happening on the roads. They used IP cameras for the monitoring and know the traffic violators and accidents. They showed us 2 videos executing vehicular accidents to determine who is wrong way and who is on right. Below the monitoring areas reside their servers. These servers are the one that controls the traffic light system of most places in Metro Manila. In there, we saw how they checked the current traffic signals used in a certain intersection. Some places also don’t have any traffic lights because they use U-turn slots as an alternative.

What I like?

I really like how the person that taught us eagerly want to teach us. He tries hard to answer every single question we ask.

What I didn’t like?

There’s nothing I didn’t like.

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Today I went on a company visit to:

MMDA (Traffic Engineering) located at Mandaluyong.

What I learned?

When we went at the monitoring department, we saw a lot of and big flat screen monitors hanged in front of them. What is seen on the monitors are the things currently happening on the roads. They used IP cameras for the monitoring and know the traffic violators and accidents. They showed us 2 videos executing vehicular accidents to determine who is wrong way and who is on right. Below the monitoring areas reside their servers. These servers are the one that controls the traffic light system of most places in Metro Manila. In there, we saw how they checked the current traffic signals used in a certain intersection. Some places also don’t have any traffic lights because they use U-turn slots as an alternative.

What I like?

I really like how the person that taught us eagerly want to teach us. He tries hard to answer every single question we ask.

What I didn’t like?

There’s nothing I didn’t like.

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