Smart City Signals
One of the early players in virtual detection, this system introduces an Internet of Things (IoT) field hub at the traffic signal controller cabinet creating a network of input and output (I/O) links to the traffic signal cabinet (not the traffic signal controller directly), this allows the system to work with any age or make traffic signal system.
The Smart City Signals system is ideal for agencies with little to no traffic signal network or advanced traffic management technology.
The IoT Hub scans the active signal status (Red, Yellow, Green, Walk, Don’t Walk, Vehicle Detection, Pedestrian Push Button Actuation, and Alarms) to help create a real-time traffic signal management tool for government agencies. A free mobile app for bicyclists is used to let bicyclists share their GPS position data with the Smart City Signals cloud servers. The GPS position data is ignored until the data confirms entry into a geofence boundary that include a 4-point detection system to help improve detection accuracy. Government agencies can size the four separate geofence boundaries per intersection to fit unique geometric constraints.
Unlike other detection systems that provide single detection solutions, the Smart City Signals introduces a robust option for government agencies with expandable virtual detection solutions through a single field hub. including:
Bicycle Detection (GPS through Mobile App)
Pedestrian Push Button Action (Mobile App Touch and Voice Commands)
Transit Signal Priority (Mobile App or GPS Tracker)
Emergency Vehicle Priority (Mobile App or GPS Tracker)
Rail Preemption (GPS Tracker)
The system also offers the ability to provide virtual count stations anywhere in a City to help collect bicycle or pedestrian count data and identify trends in use.
Learn more about Smart City Signals by visiting their website at: www.SmartCitySignals.com.