The VSign Web Portal is used to publish real-time and historical high-resolution traffic data collected using signature loop technology. The user can access traffic performance data like speed, volume, occupancy, etc categorized by vehicle class, lane, etc.
The advanced detector card used by Traffic Monitor HD complies to the 170/2070 and NEMA standards and works with existing single loop traffic control and data collection systems.
Using existing infrastructure, Traffic Monitoring HD system generates accurate vehicle count and speed estimation, and makes it possible to perform vehicle classification
Traffic monitor HD system minimizes costs by utilizing existing single loop infrastructure. Traffic Monitor HD runs parallel to pre-established traffic data collection systems .
The VSign Web Portal provides accurate vehicle count, speed, queue length, and travel times to optimize traffic management strategies during peek hours and incidents. From just a single inductance loop Traffic Monitor HD allows for classification of vehicles into 13 different vehicle classes. Roadway maintenance is also simplified by ensuring existing infrastructure is working properly and automatically detecting faulty loops.
The live vehicle signatures from the field provide users with information on which types of vehicles are currently traveling in the field and their speeds.
The VSign Web Portal sends alerts to clients via email and provides system health info based on data analytics. All these help the maintenance crew to determine issues of the traffic data collection hardware in the field and ensure the existing infrastructure is working at its optimal conditions.
The environmental protection agency, as well as federal and state agencies, have the need to obtain vehicle classification information and VMT by vehicle class and speed bin in order to accurately estimate Greenhouse Gas and criteria pollutants. California Senate Bill 375 requires Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs) to set and achieve regional Greenhouse Gas (GHG) reduction targets. California SB-743 uses Vehicle Miles Traveled (VMT) to access the environmental impact of improvement projects