Converting Analog Operations to Digital Operations
In|Sync’s digital state architecture allows it to react in real time to changing traffic conditions. In In|Sync’s advanced traffic management system, a “state” is a phase pair — any two phases that can be served concurrently. The system chooses the state that best serves traffic conditions based on second-by-second analysis. With the digital ability to move to any desired state, In|Sync overcomes the limitations of traditional ring-based systems — it is not constrained to a pre-programmed, cyclic order of operations. Using both real-time data and parameters set by the traffic engineer, In|Sync can dynamically choose states, alter sequences and adjust the amount of green time to best serve actual traffic demand and be a fully adaptive signal control system.
This chart shows the eight north-south sequences used in conjunction with eight east-west (not shown) sequences. Your agency’s preferences shape the options available. In|Sync simplifies a wide range of signalization possibilities to digital choices so it can quickly adapt to actual demand.