Bluetooth journey Time
Providing Journey Time is not the only goal. By providing real-time movement information of vehicles in the city, UTMC plans can be made to respond to the
inputs from these detectors. The IA Bluetooth provides multiple data feeds for multiple use of traffic management servers.
The data for all Bluetooth detections is stored in an SQL server. As a vehicle passes a junction the route it takes can be followed as it passes other junctions.
Queries on the SQL server allow details of the routes taken by vehicles. This data is available to the council on a local server or Cloud server.
IA NO2 can provide gas measurements of NO2 to 10
parts per billion, allowing cities real-time response to pollution events. Because it reads multiple times per
second and builds a pollution profile, the sensor is able to report to UTMC systems every minute on the current pollution level. Using this information in real-time allows traffic flows to be modified.
Vehicle to Infrastructure
The IA 802.11p is an Interface Series device for the Mesh4G system. It connects to an existing VMAe and is powered from that device enabling its data to be backhauled across the Mesh to a central or remote server. The device may also be connected locally to the VMAp 40 series processors allowing for fast processing within the local Mesh.
Posted 04.03.15 / by Admin
Mesh4G Smart City
Smart Cities require multiple devices to be installed on streets. By using a Mesh4G system for Traffic Lights and CCTV, any additional devices requiring communication on that road can plug into the Mesh4G system with no additional revenue cost.
Posted 15.02.15 / by Admin
On detection of pollution in a congested area, new traffic plans can be added to the UTMC system to push traffic in other directions, or simply hold them in areas
where pollution is not an issue. Use of Route Analysis can lead to a different flow through the city at different times of the day.
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