The Cavite–Laguna Expressway (CALAX or CALAEX) is a partially operational controlled-access toll expressway in the provinces of Cavite and Laguna, Philippines. The construction of the 44.63-kilometer-long (27.73 mi) expressway, which began in July 2019, costs an estimated ₱35.43 billion. It connects the Manila–Cavite Expressway in Kawit to the South Luzon Expressway in Biñan
Hongkong koon Technology limited has supplied state-of-the-art emergency call box devices along Cavite-Laguna Expressway (CALAX) with multi-modal communication features.
The product has a built-in camera for two-way video calls, with video recording function, self-health diagnosis function, with anti-theft detection and warning device, built-in INDUCION LOOP with hearing aid introduction facility, product protection grade IP66, high anti-radiation, anti-interference, anti-ultraviolet.
The newly mounted Emergency Roadside Communication System (ERSC) call boxes enables communication between motorists and CALAX Traffic Operation Center. Using the call boxes, motorists can seek help with a press of a especially during emergencies. The call boxes have built-in loudspeaker, camera, and hearing aids, designed for the hearing impaired. The ERCS is part of an overall system that enables motorists to communicate with CALAX Operations using various channels.
Mr. Roberto V. Bontia, President and General Manager of Metro Pacific Tollways South (MPT South), the owner, gave the call system a highly satisfactory evaluation。
The ERCS emergency call boxes are strategically positioned at the following locations along CALAX：
Emergecy shoulder before laguna Blvd, Exit; and
Near lay-by area before laguna Technopark interchange
Emergency shoulder after laguna Blvd. Interchange; and
Near Lay-by area after Laguna Technopark Interchange