Traffic Management

 

Traffic Management

Siemens offers a full range of central software applications from  adaptive traffic management applications to full-range central management systems.  The systems are constantly redeveloped and the new technology can be combined easily with existing installations. Siemens ITS has unique experience in the implementation of suitable technologies and solutions. We supply all elements required for the effective control of traffic. This helps to measurably improve traffic flow, reduce environmental pollution caused by traffic, and to increase road safety.


Traffic Management Software

Adaptive Traffic Management


Siemens TACTICS traffic management system provides agencies the ability to manage their network centrally. TACTICS provides capabilities to manage individual intersections as well as coordinated zones. Features such as Traffic Responsive and QuickResponse allows an agency to automate traffic operations. TACTICS smartGuard augments by making traffic system data available on mobile devices and desktop browsers. TACTICS smartGuard can also be utilized in a stand-alone deployment to provide light-weight traffic management capabilities without the need for a locally hosted central infrastructure.

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Adaptive systems can provide significant improvements in travel time and queue length during congested conditions.  Siemens offers two adaptive systems to meet the varying needs of cities. SCOOT is a proven adaptive systems deployed in over 200 cities worldwide. Its sophisticated algorithms modify splits, cycle lengths, and offsets to adapt to traffic patterns in real-time corridors and grid environments. ACS Lite provides a solution designed for corridors to provide split and offset adjustment utilizing minimum detection.

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Regional Traffic Management

Connected Vehicle


Traffic flows are getting heavier and more varied; burdens are increasing. That is why many cities want to improve their traffic planning and run more effective control strategies in response to the situation. But how can this be implemented, knowing there is ONE overarching solution that integrates everything, while complexity continues to increase? Concert now provides this solution - and it is also very simple.

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The United States Department of Transportation’s (USDOT) Connected Vehicle (CV) initiative enables safe, interoperable networked wireless communications among vehicles, the infrastructure and pedestrian personal communications devices. Connected Vehicle technology will help cut down on fuel use and pollution by making the roadways smarter and more efficient for drivers.

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