ISS launches advanced radar based traffic sensor
Image Sensing Systems (ISS) will use Intertraffic Amsterdam 2014 to unveil the new non-intrusive, radar-based, Autoscope RTMS Sx-300, an advanced sensor for the detection and measurement of traffic on roadways. All-weather accurate and virtually maintenance-free, with long-term worry-free reliability, the company says the Sx-300 gives the best lane detection capabilities, providing the ability to detect up to 12 lanes of traffic simultaneously. Its all-in-one-concept combines a high-resolution radar and a variety of integrated communication options. This sleek cabinet-free detection station is simple to integrate into any system and with an industry exclusive Zero Setback capability, ISS says it can be easily installed on existing infrastructure – wherever it is.
The Autoscope RTMS Sx- 300, in combination with the robust CitySync Metro software, provides real-time traffic measurement and data collection over a wide area. The sensors feed real-time data into the system and provide transportation professionals with more precise and accurate information. CitySync Metro’s reporting feature generates useful analytics, graphs and tables to give traffic management professionals a clear precise picture of their transportation infrastructure.