Cubic Corporation says Trafficware, which operates within its Cubic Transportation Systems (CTS) business division, has released ATMS 2.10, the newest version of its Advanced Transportation Management Platform (ATMP).
The ATMP is a central transportation management system which brings traffic network data into a single repository for a real-time, integrated view of traffic operations.
A major update to ATMS 2.10 provides connected vehicle technology as a standard feature to customers. TidalWave is a traffic and traffic management information service powered by edge computing and machine learning.
“We are constantly working to enhance our ATMS system with the latest connected vehicle technologies to ensure urban and rural traffic managers have the latest tools to improve traffic flow and safety,” said Trafficware, Cubic Transportation Systems VP and GM, Joe Custer.
TidalWave allows partners to access data and transform the speed and resolution of traffic data streaming delivered from the traffic infrastructure to any vehicle or device.
TidalWave sends live intersection data in less than a second from the infrastructure to the vehicle, which enables optimal vehicle routing using predicted intersection behavior and traffic load. The TidalWave service utilises a cloud service and will not impact a city’s infrastructure.
Additionally, the ATMS 2.10 upgrade includes integration of the Gridsmart Smartmount Bell Camera to show a fisheye view, device information and camera status to provide stronger visuals and more information about intersections.
There are added reports and alarms for Pedestrian Phase Extension, making it easier to protect vulnerable road users and Red Clearance Extension, which protects all road users.