2 In 2008, for the first time in human history, the proportion of the worlds population based in urban areas was greater than 50 percent. *IBM Report: Transportation and Economic Development
3 Challenges & Opportunities
4 Why ITS? Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) are the present and future of transportation management in the U.S. and around the world. Transit time reduction (est. up to 25%) Decreased emissions (~ 22%) Enhanced accident prevention Facilitate systems management approach for intermodal planning Conserve space for community development Job growth - up to 600K new jobs over the next 20 years.
5 Intelligent Transport Systems $1 billion-plus market in US, projected to expand to $3 billion by 2017 (IMS, Pike, ITIF). Nearly 80% of current ITS spending is on Advanced Traffic Management Systems (ATMS) and Advanced Traveler Information Systems (ATIS). Efficiency upgrade provide a 3-10x costbenefit improvement over infrastructure (roads, bridges), which was $39 billion in 2009 per the CBO (2011).
6 Traffic Adaptive Control Dynamically respond to congestion conditions Increase overall roadway capacity Update network wide signal coordination based upon criteria: Congestion mitigation Emissions control Idle times Vehicle throughput Why is this important?
7 Increase Transport Usage Cost of Congestion in US US $101 Billion 4.8 Billion hours of wasted time Quality of life Emissions Air pollution Noise pollution As societies become wealthier, quality of life increases in importance
8 Traffic Fatalities
9 Connecting People Connected vehicle initiative Shift to multi-modal travel Getting information into the hands of the people who need it! How do we get there? Connecting people with the information they need! Relevant and accurate, real-time information
10 Congestion Measurement Technology Inconspicuous installation Measure total congestion: Travel-time Delay Cost-effective solutions Easy to install Limited maintenance Cloud-based infrastructure
11 Smart phones, laptops, tablets and other devices each have a unique MAC address 48:27:45:67:89:fb 01:23:11:56:76:ab 10:42:24:54:34:cf 13:30:65:12:19:af 03:30:76:67:37:ab
12 01:23:45:67:89:ab 01:23:45:67:89:ab Acyclica technology anonymously collects information and distills actionable information
13 A B C With Wifi detection, we fully characterize vehicle movement as it approaches, stops and leaves an intersection.
14 Understanding Travel-Time A B C A B C Free-Flow Speed Stop Bar Travel-Time Travel-Time with Delay
15 Applications Congestion mapping 511 systems Route planning Intersection high speed approach HOV / congestion based tolling Travel times Intersection delay analysis Level of service indications 24x7 turning movement analysis
17 Applications Public transit utilization Public transit origin - destination Round-a-bout entrydeparture analysis Time-based route planning Emergency responder routing
18 Time Mappings > 8 minutes < 8 minutes < 3.5 minutes Origin Given any origin location, Acyclica can provide travel times across city Valuable analytics for economic development Understand commute times across region Optimize public transit based on travel-time
19 Corridor Analysis Advanced traffic engineering tools to optimize signal timing Analyze route traveltimes by time of day and day of week Quickly analyze traffic patterns week-overweek or day by day Provide direct feedback for adaptive traffic systems
20 Intersection Delay Analytics Sensor provide reliable free-flow travel time and average delay Travel-times reported from stop-bar Provide 95% confidence interval for any route Delay analysis shows left, right, thru delay for every approach
21 Route Utilization Pattern analysis tools visualize egress routes Allows city planning / MPO to understand routing choices Stimulate economic development by understanding traffic patterns Visualize commuter traffic patterns Use in conjunction with bike paths to monitor travel behavior Origin
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