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Mayor Faulconer, Councilmember Zapf Announce City’s Smart Traffic Signals Are Shrinking Commute Times

March 9, 2017
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New Innovative Technology Optimizes Traffic Signals, Reducing Travel Time Thanks To $600,000 State Grant Thursday, March 9, 2017 – NEWS RELEASE San Diego – With the goal of making a smarter and cleaner San Diego for future generations, Mayor Kevin L. Faulconer was joined today by City Councilmember Lorie Zapf and community leaders to tout […]

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Mira Mesa Phase I Adaptive Traffic Control System Wins Award

February 17, 2017
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Location: City of San Diego – Mira Mesa Community City or County Responsible for Project: City of San Diego Award Category: Safety or Intelligent Transportation System Projects Narrative Description Of Your Entry: Mira Mesa Phase I adaptive traffic control system, activated in Summer 2016, is the City of San Diego’s most complex system deployment. Project goal is to […]

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Smarter traffic signals

December 6, 2016
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SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KELO AM) – The city is equipping more streets with adaptive signals that detect traffic counts and adjust signals in real time. Dustin Brinkman with Rhythm Engineering says the technology has mad a positive impact to traffic flow on 26th Street, reduced crashes and decreased fuel consumption. Sioux Falls Police Chief Matt […]

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Traffic snarls go bye bye bye with InSync system

November 25, 2016
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Tired of gridlock on Rosecrans Street and throughout the Peninsula? Relief is on the way soon in the form of an InSync traffic optimization system now being installed on signals along Rosecrans, one of San Diego’s busiest and most congested thoroughfares. A similar traffic- optimization system was installed six months ago on Torrey Pines Road […]

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Dozens of skyrocketing KC firms break into the Inc. 5000

August 17, 2016
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Kansas City held its own on Inc. Magazine’s annual ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing, private companies. The Wednesday unveiling of the Inc. 5000 featured 44 metro firms — including several area tech firms, like k12itc and Rhythm Engineering. K12itc, which in January made Startland’s 2016 top 10 startups to watch, delivers cloud-based IT services to […]

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Company Says $700,000 Streetcar Traffic System Is Saving Drivers Time

June 19, 2016
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A new $700,000 computerized traffic system installed by a private company to give Kansas City streetcar riders a better experience is reducing travel times for all vehicles in the downtown streetcar zone, according to the company. Jesse Manning of Rhythm Engineering, a Lenexa, Kansas, firm, told a City Council committee last week that the smart […]

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Smart traffic signals have the capability to give priority to KC streetcars

June 16, 2016
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Some Kansas City streetcar passengers have been asking: Why can’t the vehicles get traffic signal priority and avoid red lights along downtown’s Main Street route? Answer: The streetcars can and do get some signal priority already. And they could get more in the future. Thank an innovative, “smart” and adaptive signal system now in use […]

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Pooler awards contract for installation of ‘smart’ traffic signals

June 7, 2016
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Officials in Pooler are moving ahead with plans to improve traffic conditions along one of the city’s busiest roadways. The Pooler City Council on Monday awarded a $1.2 million contract to Pooler-based Griffin Contracting Inc. for the installation of a new adaptive traffic control system and associated connecting fiber along areas of Pooler Parkway and […]

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Machine vision’s transport offerings move on apace

June 1, 2016
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[…] A dedicated ANPR-based travel time system called In|Time has been introduced by Rhythm Engineering. The cameras are loaded with ANPR software but then give each identified vehicle a unique ID and time stamp, which is processed by a central command console. The difference between the time stamps from different cameras provides point-to-point travel time, […]

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New Synchronized Light System in Place on Newtown Bypass (PennDOT)

April 12, 2016
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A synchronized traffic light system was put into operation on the Newtown Bypass Tuesday, police confirmed, saying it will be “fine-tuned” through the end of the week. The PennDOT project to install the light system, called InSync and created by Rhythm Engineering, will improve traffic flow by taking into account the volume of cars traveling […]

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In|Sync on Route 22 gets Glowing Early Returns (PennDOT)

April 6, 2016
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It has been nearly two months since traffic lights at 18 intersections along Route 22 between Murrysville and Monroeville were fitted with a radar detection system to keep traffic moving without heavy backups. Statistics from a study done by the company that installed the system shows it is doing what it is supposed to do: […]

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Rhythm Engineering Working Behind the Scenes to Make Sure KC Streetcar Traffic Flows Smoothly

March 29, 2016
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When the Kansas City Streetcar launches in early May, a state-of-the-art computerized traffic system will also kick in to make sure everything flows smoothly. Reggie Chandra, founder and CEO of Rhythm in Lenexa, Kansas, said the computer system is called InSync. “The System of 21 cameras along the route feed the computer information about cars, […]

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KCUR – KCMO In The Running For $50 Million “Smart City Challenge” Prize

March 28, 2016
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Bob Bennett, Chief Innovation Office for Kansas City, Mo, explains some of the proposed ideas that made the city one of seven finalists in the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Smart City Challenge. Click to Listen

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Sensor-based traffic lights to help expedite traffic along Route 22 (Monroeville, PA)

February 19, 2016
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Route 22 commuters between Murrysville and Monroeville are set to experience some changes at traffic lights, courtesy of PennDOT. PennDOT officials are working to make the commute more efficient by placing sensors with traffic lights that will detect when traffic builds up, and will coordinate accordingly. “Today was the first day I’ve actually went from […]

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Savannah, Georgia using In|Sync to fast-track Pooler Parkway

October 16, 2015
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“We’ve all been there. You pull up to a red light and something triggers it to change. That’s the upside especially for you, but what about opposing traffic? Ten then twenty maybe even fifty cars, based on the time of day, pile up waiting on the light to cycle through. Those days on Airways Avenue and […]

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