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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According to Yunex, Blade is user-friendly. It comes with an adjustable 7-inch touchscreen for cabinet-level use, but it’s also accessible from remote devices with a browser-based user interface. With customizable analytics, Zero Trust IT security, and dual power supplies, this CV-ready platform redefines what a controller can and should be.
Rodney Mathis, President and CEO of Yunex Traffic, believes Blade will change the market: “Blade is one of the most exciting ITS innovations I’ve seen in over 20 years in this industry,” he said. declared. “The road to a smart city begins with Blade. It has massive capabilities, yet it’s user-friendly and intuitive to use. As we move towards a fully connected world, this is a powerful package. »
In addition to Blade, Yunex Traffic will showcase the company’s latest advanced traffic management system (ATMS) solutions at the ITS World Congress. These include YUTRAFFIC Studio, Sitraffic Concert and Sitraffic Symphony.
YUTRAFFIC Studio is a cloud-ready real-time traffic monitoring and management system for agencies of all sizes. It can handle large amounts of data, including information from third parties, and provides key information with a highly intuitive, at-a-glance interface for quick decision-making. Studio is a cost-effective suite of congestion-fighting tools and will be available in 2023.
Meanwhile, Sitraffic Concert collects traffic data from multiple sources to create a solid foundation for implementing new strategies, automatically or manually. This statewide ATMS enables integrated monitoring and control of different traffic areas, including city centers, urban highways or entire counties.
Finally, Sitraffic Symphony is the cutting edge ATM due out in 2023 and builds on Concert. Whether on-premises or in the cloud, Symphony focuses on complex city traffic management and can be customized for multiple operators to ensure real-time traffic jam and incident response. It is completely flexible and can integrate an unlimited number of third-party data and applications, detection, variable panels and environmental management. Symphony can prepare every agency for a CAV/IoT future.
Yunex Traffic will also showcase Sitraffic FUSION – a new cloud-based system for intelligent and adaptive traffic control. No longer solely focusing on vehicle delays and stops at a junction, Sitraffic FUSION allows operators to look at each road user (vehicle, pedestrian, bicycle, transit, etc.) and make decisions based on that. modal priorities across an entire network.
Additionally, Yunex Traffic will showcase the latest in-vehicle and roadside connected vehicle units, the OBU2X and RSU2X, which have been successfully tested in the US DOT Tampa Hillsborough Expressway Authority (THEA ).
Upon completion of US DOT testing, the RSU2X, with an effective 1-mile radius, remains the only on-road unit tested and guaranteed compatible with connected vehicles from major automakers launching in the 2023 model year.
Yunex Traffic will present all of these solutions in detail at booth #1003 at the ITS World Congress.