New and revamped applications include Kinetic Events – systemwide event detection, management, and response; Kinetic Counts – centralised reporting for vehicle classifications; Kinetic Video – low-latency video distribution, client display, and low-cost video wall; and Kinetic Signs – intelligent sign control and messaging. Building on the existing Kinetic Mobility applications, Signals and OpenTMS, these new offerings represent a more modular and collaborative approach to achieving mobility goals. Local traffic signal operators can leverage the power of statewide traffic management systems, while freeway and toll operators stand to gain more granular citywide data – creating a more cooperative traffic ecosystem to ease congestion within and around urban centres.
Collectively, Kinetic Mobility can manage all aspects of the intelligent transportation system including integrated corridor management, automated incident response, freeway and traffic signal control, video management, and real-time traffic data monitoring. Deployed individually or in concert with one another, every application shares common core features as part of the Kinetic Mobility platform, such as user management, a device integration hub, customisable workspaces, and a dynamic map.
Kinetic Mobility’s robust architecture relies on the same technology used by the world’s leading tech giants and financial institutions for improved scalability and security, while also enabling users to take advantage of cloud-hosted environments for improved redundancy and uptime.
Visitors to Q-Free at the ITS World Congress are invited to experience how Kinetic Mobility can help ease congestion and create a
better experience for commuters and operators alike.