ISS unveils new Autoscope RTMS Sx-300 sensor
Dan Skites of ISS with the Autoscope RTMS Sx-300
Image Sensing Systems (ISS) is here at Intertraffic 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 and precise picture of their transportation infrastructure.
“We are pleased to announce the addition of the Autoscope RTMS Sx-300 to our vehicle detection portfolio,” said Dan Skites, managing director – EMEA & APAC Traffic Management. “After many years of innovative development driven by the voice of our customers, we are pleased to be able to address the concerns of the transportation sector by offering a radar detection solution with increased reliability and longevity.”