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Cullman Alabama Preemption and Priority Deployment

Cullman Alabama Preemption and Priority Deployment

Cullman, AL is a city of approximately 20 square miles and more than 15,000 residents. Popular for its strong school system, recreational opportunities and low cost of living, the city has been named as one of the best places to live in Alabama.

In 2016, officials decided to provide traffic signal preemption to the emergency vehicles across the city. Traffic signal preemption requests are critical to ensuring that emergency vehicles are able to arrive on scene as fast as possible. … Continue Reading

Fort Bend, Texas flashing school beacon system deployment

Fort Bend, Texas flashing school beacon system deployment

Fort Bend, Texas, has installed and deployed 140 new school beacons that use the Glance School Zone Flashing Beacon system on its streets. The cloud- and web-based system provides a cellular modem in each beacon that allows personnel to monitor and update the entire system remotely, making it the most advanced system of its kind.

A suburb of Houston, the Fort Bend Independent School District is the seventh-largest school district in Texas with 75 schools and approximately 74,500 students.

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Gwinnett County flashing school beacon system deployment

Gwinnett County flashing school beacon system deployment

Gwinnett County, Georgia has installed and deployed 270 new school beacons that use the Glance School Zone Flashing Beacon system on its streets. The cloud- and web-based system provides a cellular modem in each beacon that allows personnel to monitor and update the entire system remotely, making it the most advanced system of its kind.

Gwinnett County Public Schools is the largest school system in Georgia with 139 schools and approximately 178,000 students. Since upgrading the school beacon system in … Continue Reading

Marietta Smart City Traffic Management

Marietta Smart City Traffic Management

Marietta Smart City Traffic Management

Project Background

Marietta is located in central Cobb County in Georgia. There are approximately 56,000 people living in Marietta and is the fourth largest city in the Atlanta metropolitan area. The city has multiple traffic systems from various suppliers and required one system that could easily monitor all of their systems holistically.

Marietta wanted to be able to monitor the performance of their traffic devices to ensure the highest available uptime and create a smart … Continue Reading

Sandy Springs Smart City Project

Sandy Springs Smart City Project

Project Background

Sandy Springs is a city in northern Fulton County in Georgia. There are approximately 93,000 people living in Sandy Springs. The city has multiple traffic systems from various suppliers and wanted one system that they could easily monitor all of the traffic system.

Sandy Springs wanted to be able to monitor the performance of their traffic devices to ensure the highest available uptime. Sandy Springs also wanted to be able to monitor their UPS Battery Backup Systems (BBS) … Continue Reading

ParkIT Parking Guidance System for Regent Square

ParkIT Parking Guidance System for Regent Square

Project Background

Regent Square is a large shopping center in Cape Town, located in a dense urban area. The shopping center was experiencing parking pressure and losing customers to local competitors as a result. To entice more shoppers to their location, they needed to improve the parking experience.

Regent Square wanted their guests to find parking spaces faster and easier. They also wanted to utilize their parking to the fullest extent possible. Customer satisfaction is critical for their business. Regent … Continue Reading

ParkIT Parking Guidance System for Alice Lane Towers

ParkIT Parking Guidance System for Alice Lane Towers

Project Background

Alice Lane Towers Office is located in the busy Sandton business district. This large development project wanted to provide companies with the best facilities and to make parking hassle free.

Alice Lane Towers wanted the businesses and the business guests to find parking spaces faster and easier. They also wanted to utilize their parking to the fullest extent possible. Alice Lane Towers chose SATT and Applied Information Inc. ParkIT Parking Guidance Solution to improve their parking facility.

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New York City Monitor IT System

New York City Monitor IT System

Project Background

New York city has the largest concentrations of traffic signal controllers and traffic devices in the world. There are over 12,000 traffic controllers in the city. This huge number of devices puts a huge stress on the communications infrastructure within the city.

NYCDOT decided to implement a proprietary cellular based wireless network (NYCWIN) to communicate to a variety of deployed field devices as part of the overall City transportation solution.  This includes (a) ASTC intersection controllers, (b) RTMS … Continue Reading

N3 Over-height Detection System

N3 Over-height Detection System

Project Background

South African National Roads Agency Limited (SANRAL), manages all of South Africa’s state owned highways. They finance, improve, manage and maintain the national road network.

SANRAL is trying to reduce traffic congestion and to protect its assets such as bridges and tunnels from over-height vehicles.

 System Description

The over-height detection system from SATT and Applied Information were based on the latest laser technologies. The system detected over-height vehicles driving towards bridges, tunnels and other structures and warns drivers … Continue Reading

Traffic Intersection Performance Measuring for Johannesburg Roads Agency

Traffic Intersection Performance Measuring for Johannesburg Roads Agency

Project Background

Johannesburg is the largest city in Southern Africa and has over 7 million people living in the metropolitan area. Johannesburg Roads Agency (JRA) manages over 1,200 intersections throughout the city. South African traffic management is unique as they have to deal with many issues that do not affect first world countries. These included regular power failures, rolling black outs, cable theft, metal theft, and many other items that make traffic management much more difficult.

JRA wanted to be … Continue Reading

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