Wireless Communications

Keep traffic moving with high-speed wireless connectivity.

Description

With ITS field communications slowly migrating toward Ethernet/IP solutions newer, higher performance and more resilient networks are possible. While modern traffic control equipment relies on a distributed processing model whereby local signal timing intelligence is maintained by the traffic signal controller, more advanced control techniques such as adaptive and transit priority require peer-peer and centralized communication models to optimize signal performance. This trend in traffic control operations, along with the potential use of the signal control cabinet to become a communications hub supporting other related services such as Connected Vehicle and homeland security, puts greater demand on the performance and reliability of the field network.

Detail

Siemens is a reseller for Motorola wireless equipment. Point-to-Point and Point-to-Multipoint applications provide agencies with reliable cost-efficient options for implementing high performance wireless communications networks.

The Wireless Portfolio

Our portfolio of wireless broadband products facilitates advanced traffic control systems for municipalities of all sizes. Our Point-to-Multipoint solutions are proven in more than 120 countries around the world, delivering high-speed wireless connectivity in thousands of networks in both the public and private sectors. Our networks offer exceptionally simple, fast, reliable and low-cost installation, with deployment in a matter of days rather than months for wired networks.

Benefits

  • Increased traffic flow

  • Increased safety and productivity

  • Reduced costs

  • Decreased pollution


Traffic Control Today and in the Future

Traffic congestion is not slowing down. It is expected to continue growing year after year for the foreseeable future. But technologies for controlling and managing traffic are growing, too. With sophisticated and intelligent new software tools providing real-time analysis and control of traffic signals, municipalities now have the tools to combat congestion by reducing the duration of traffic tie-ups as well as lowering their number. By relying on Motorola PMP high-speed wireless technology for connectivity, these municipalities can also provide real-time data and images of situations, helping to improve safety and increase productivity.

09/06/2012 | Author: Name

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