Yunex Traffic has unveilled Sitraffic Symphony, its next generation traffic management platform, at the 2021 ITS World Congress in Hamburg.
The company says brand-new state-of-the-art system will lead the way into a new era of traffic management. It will provide cities and municipalities with an improved network that further integrates mobility management strategies, which will allow them to better manage and optimize the traffic network by incorporating multimodality and the various involved stakeholders.
“We have reimagined traffic management and built Sitraffic Symphony to not only excel at what we know best, but to adapt, grow, and transcend boundaries with our customers. From urban traffic control to multimodal traffic management, Sitraffic Symphony enables comprehensive traffic management for cities of all sizes, ranging from simple field device monitoring to complex environmental traffic management,” said Yunex Traffic CEO Markus Schlitt.
Yunex says Sitraffic Symphony is a modern and forward thinking system that can address multiple challenges simultaneously with key benefits for cities including the ability to keep pollutant emissions constantly under control, staying ahead of congestion and proactively taking action when needed, and coordinating the complex urban mobility landscape with multiple stakeholders to ensure the safety for all road users. The modular and flexible traffic management system can be extended and customised to meet the particular needs of a city.
The intelligent system is built on the very latest technology and offers cities a secure platform for development, deployment and operations, while also providing the ability to easily integrate external data sources, share data, and enable 3rd party applications. With Sitraffic Symphony, operators can control the traffic lights in their transport infrastructure dynamically, and in real time. This provides the ability to manage functions such as green waves for cyclists and implement prioritization for specific road users like ambulances, buses, bikes, police, and fire brigades.
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