So what’s IoT? It’s the internet of things, and is a complex system of linked devices using the internet in ways you’ve never seen before. For example, your car could talk to you if you’re speeding in a school zone.
“I want every stoplight in our city to be an IoT smart stop.”
New technology embedded in the control systems of the traffic signals that run Quincy’s busiest intersections allows police and fire officials to override the system and give themselves green lights to clear their path to emergencies.
One of the leading developers of connected intelligent transportation system (ITS) infrastructure equipment, Applied Information Inc., has launched a new product that detects when a traffic control device has been knocked down due to an accident, storm or vandalism, and ‘calls’ for help.
One of the leading developers of connected intelligent transportation system (ITS) infrastructure equipment, Applied Information Inc., has announced that its LTE cellular vehicle-to-everything (C-V2X) products are now deployed in more than 500 cities, counties, school districts and states across the USA.
Applied Information (AI), a leading intelligent transportation infrastructure technology provider, announced at CES 2019 that its LTE C-V2X products are now deployed in more than 500 U.S. cities, counties, school districts and states – providing cellular connectivity to traffic signals, school zone flashing beacons, emergency vehicles and other traffic control devices.
Qualcomm sees a future where cars will not only be able to talk to each other but see and avoid pedestrians and cyclists, as long as they are carrying a phone. What’s more, Ford, Audi and Ducati are among those already on board. Applied Information is supplying the infrastructure devices.