Cobalt Mobile enables a user to connect to and program a Cobalt ATC controller remotely.
At this year’s ITS America Annual Meeting, Econolite will focus on the latest detection and connected vehicle technologies in complementing the event’s theme: Bridges to Innovation. The company will showcase its comprehensive portfolio of intelligent transportation systems offerings, providing additional details on its latest detection advancements in bicycle differentiation and wireless in-ground solutions; as well as the company’s partner collaborations for advancements in the movement toward connected vehicles.
Econolite will provide detailed information on its comprehensive line of vehicle detection solutions, including the recently announced free Cyclescope software upgrade that provides enhanced bicycle differentiation accuracy for Autoscope users in support of Bike-Min programming. The company will also feature its line of AccuScan above-ground radar sensors; and its AccuSense wireless in-ground sensors.
As part of its interactive informative display, Econolite will feature the V2I (vehicle to infrastructure) connected vehicle capabilities of the Cobalt ATC controller, operating in unison with a Dedicated Short Range Communications (DSRC) wireless system.
Econolite will also highlight its complete line of ITS and traffic management solutions, including its Cobalt ATC controller, which the company says is the first ATC specifically designed for the mobile computing environment. In addition, Econolite will feature Cobalt Mobile, the company’s first mobile traffic controller Android mobile app tablet interface and operating systems that make access to essential controller functions easier than ever.