Trafficware Group will be riding the crest of a wave of success at the ITS America 2016 San Jose event. For instance, just a few weeks ago, Houston, Texas, awarded the company a contract to upgrade the city’s central traffic management system. The project also includes converting all 2,500 intersections from older technology to Trafficware’s Patriot V76 traffic control software and upgrading to its transportation management platform, ATMS.now both of which will feature on the company’s booth in San Jose.
The new ATMS.now software platform will allow the city of Houston to integrate a number of devices so they no longer have to operate as disparate systems and can react quickly to incidents and changing traffic conditions and communicate these situations to the motoring public. Trafficware points out that its ATMS.now is compatible with CCTV cameras, changeable message signs (CMS), battery backup systems, transit and emergency priority/preemption systems, vehicle detection systems from various manufacturers and much more.
Trafficware will also be demonstrating its SynchroGreen Adaptive Signal Technology, Pod Wireless Detection, and the company’s Bay Area Connected Vehicle Applications in Palo Alto and Walnut Creek.