On its stand, Swarco will present the full spectrum of its capabilities in sustainable urban mobility management. This ranges from smart traffic lights and controllers via parking solutions to the new Swarco MyCity software suite to manage urban traffic and environment with a single, device-independent control platform. The Green Wave for micromobility will be on display, as will the new Combia LED traffic signal generation with smart add-on features. Visitors will also learn how to design intersections in a more environmentally friendly way. The keyword in this context is Swarco X-Line. Traffic planning, engineering and consulting expertise will be represented at the stand in the same way as the future-oriented topic of Cooperative, Connected and Automated Mobility (CCAM).
A premiere on the exhibition stand will be the novel LED variable message sign generation called CubiLED. This new product gives flexibility to road operators who need dynamic signage on a smaller scale with less demanding configurations. The new VMS builds on the patented cutting-edge and highly energy-efficient optic system the Swarco customers are used to.
Swarco is as world market supplier of traffic controllers presenting the ITC-3 controller that can interface with all major traffic management systems on the world market while the controller also features its own high performance adaptive control algorithm called Smart Green.
Apart from contributions to the conference program and being part of EU-funded research projects, Swarco will offer demo drives on the 9 km test track for automated and interconnected driving (TAVF) in the public urban traffic area of Hamburg. SWARCO demonstrates an ‘individual green wave’ application based on a Traffic Light Forecast (TLF) service in the context of Environment Sensitive Traffic Management (ESTM).