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has upgraded its ATMS central traffic management system to include user interface customisation enhancements and metadata for connected vehicles.
Trafficware, part of Cubic Transportation Systems (CTS), says the ATMS 2.9 brings traffic network data into a single repository for a real-time view of traffic operations.
Jon Newhard, vice president and general manager of Trafficware, CTS, says the solution improves the company’s connected vehicle capabilities.
“Through deploying connected vehicle technology in thousands of intersections across the US, we are enhancing the ability of those data feeds to be consumed beyond the connected vehicle,” Newhard adds.
The system features an intersection layout which allows users to create templates for different intersection types and load predefined templates if intersections have identical or similar layouts. Additionally, users can choose to create scan elements automatically with all parameters pre-populated, after defining the layout for a new intersection.
ATMS 2.9 provides additional metadata for the intersection layout available through its connected vehicle module or TidalWave, a live streaming traffic information service powered by intelligent edge analytics.
Metadata is expected to summarise basic information about data, which can make finding out and working with particular instances of data easier.