How InSync Works
InSync accepts data from multiple vehicle detection sources to understand traffic conditions at the intersection and along the corridor every second. InSync also recognizes non-vehicular demand and preemption.
The InSync Processor, installed in the traffic cabinet at each intersection, constantly decides how best to optimize traffic at the intersection while also coordinating progression along the corridor. InSync does not depend on a central server; rather, all intelligence is distributed and interacts with the corridor’s network of InSync processors.
These components provide the power, Ethernet and intra-cabinet connectivity InSync requires. Rhythm Engineering provides one-on-one assistance to help you choose the auxiliary components that best integrate with your existing equipment and support your adaptive traffic control goals.
YOUR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER AND SIGNALS
Your traffic controller runs in free mode so it can accept calls from InSync. By placing passive calls that do not interfere with user-defined priority calls, InSync enables traffic signals to adapt to real-time demand.