At the 2022 ITS World Congress next week, Yunex Traffic, a provider of intelligent traffic systems, is set to unveil a new advanced traffic controller called Blade, which the company says provides a “more streamlined package for cabinets ATC than any other traffic controller in history.”

Built with future-proofing in mind, it features a massive quad-core processor for on-premises edge computing that allows the device to store and analyze large data sets. Blade uses AI-based algorithms to improve traffic control and has advanced communication capability, including Wi-Fi hotspot. It can also receive sensor data from cameras, sensors radar and ground loop detectors for real-time intersection control.

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