Traditional traffic signal control tools don’t adapt to constantly changing traffic. They don’t accurately reflect current traffic flow and use historical data to propose traffic control changes — resulting in motorists’ frustration.
Existing models use flawed assumptions and are inaccurate, leading to suboptimal traffic signal timing. Very few solutions are validated to work under ever-changing traffic flow.
Flawed Timing Plan Models
Most systems use analog architectures, which rely on cycle-based systems. Cycles allow only the use of preset times, leading to transition hell when you need multiple changes in a short period of time.
Lack of Time & Resources
Traffic professionals don’t have the time or resources to continually synchronize traffic signals. They have to constantly deal with changing traffic patterns, special events and maintenance with a limited budget and limited team.