Scoot by Siemens
The successful management of traffic in the 21st century places many demands upon traffic engineers and officials. As the volume of traffic on highways and roadways continues to grow at a greater rate than the capacity of the road network, the effect of traffic congestion is an ever increasing problem in towns and cities throughout North America. The traffic engineer in a modern traffic control center is continually working to maximize the efficiency of the traffic flow while minimizing any disruptions caused by incidents and events.
The implementation of an effective adaptive control system benefits traffic in the town or city as well as the local economy and environment.
• Fixed time signal control with automatic plan selection
• Traffic flow monitoring
• Queue and congestion detection
• Tidal flow control
• Pollution monitoring