Improve public safety, increase operational efficiency, and optimize traffic management with connected roadways and intersections.
Cisco IoT helps cities connect to improve roadside safety, increase operational efficiencies, reduce traffic congestion, and minimize carbon footprint.
Help to reduce the number and severity of crashes and motorist injuries. Provide faster incident response through real-time insights and automation.
Provide visibility into field devices, better uptime, remote management of devices, automated real-time weather, and traffic alerts.
Connect devices such as traffic lights, weather sensors, and cameras to optimize traffic flow, monitor road conditions, and detect violations.
Regulate traffic flow to ease congestion and reduce vehicle idling time.
Make remote SPaT (signal phase and timing) adjustments. Modify signal operation to optimize flow of traffic, reducing congestion.
Monitor weather and road conditions to warn drivers of hazardous conditions.
Get real-time visibility into traffic movement and congestion and detect traffic violations. Use analytics to improve safety for pedestrians and cyclists.
Use automation to reduce traffic delays by making toll collection faster.
Provide drivers with roadway information and guidance on lane closures, traffic accidents, and weather conditions.
Remotely monitor and maintain charging stations. Provide secure customer billing and payment services.
“One of the benefits of a traffic control center is being able to view things remotely and do remote troubleshooting. There's time savings and efficiency when an engineer can adjust traffic light timings without driving to the location.”Ken Keena, ATMS/TCC Section Manager, Gwinnett County DOT
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