Optimum and efficient management of mobility in cities is based on the following four principles:
For many years SICE has been implementing projects at the cutting edge of technology for mobility management in cities across five continents. The company offers support and solutions to customers during all project phases, from the implementation of technology to subsequent system maintenance and operation.
The platform used by SICE to implement these premises is based fundamentally on the following cornerstones:
ADIMOT is an integral smart mobility management tool developed by SICE by applying the highest levels of technology and traffic engineering.
In addition to the centralized management of a city's traffic signals, this system allows other systems such as access control, public transport priority, enforcement, user information through message panels, traffic surveillance cameras, etc. to be integrated and operated. In other words the platform facilitates centralized control for full city mobility management; it improves levels of service and contributes to energy efficiency by decreasing delays and providing detailed real time information to users.
ADIMOT is a fundamental platform for correct system maintenance and operation, focused both on operators as well as specialist traffic engineering personnel. The platform is designed for any type of city - small or large - as it can be adapted to solve specific mobility problems. It complies with on worldwide standards regarding protocols used for communication with different pieces of on-site equipment; it includes a multi-algorithm management system that can be used to establish different operation strategies such as time-based, dynamic selection, generation, adaptive and micro-regulation plans, etc.
As a result, ADIMOT is a fundamental tool of SICE's Smart City platform.
More information about SICE's urban traffic control system ADIMOT
SICE's RBG1402-12V Priority and Geolocation System is an integral solution that allows for smart wireless communications between priority vehicles and traffic signal regulation components.
The system is made up of two devices - the onboard component (RBG1402-V) used for the geolocation of the vehicle that sends a green light request along with information about the vehicle's trip, and another component (RBG1402-I) installed in the traffic signal regulator, which processes the information that is received and establishes pre-defined priority strategies.
The system's advantage lies in the fact that the traffic signal regulation component is aware of the position and speed of the priority vehicle in the intersection environment, and it is able to predict in advance the amount of time it will take to reach the stop line.
For decades SICE has been developing and manufacturing traffic signal controller equipment. The MFU traffic signal controller, developed and manufactured by SICE, is the most recent example of applied traffic signal technology.
MFU series traffic controllers have been installed in numerous countries around the world, adapted accordingly to operate at high altitudes above sea level, in adverse weather conditions, etc.
In addition, their modular nature means that they can be fitted with Bluetooth technology for remote maintenance, a clock-GPS for correct synchronization when operating in isolated mode, etc., making it the most versatile traffic regulation system on the market.
More information about SICE's urban traffic controller MFU 3000
SICE develops and manufactures surveillance and enforcement equipment to help improve road safety in cities, regardless of size: red light photo equipment, prohibited turns verification, point or section speed control, etc.
In conjunction with the Smart ADIMOT platform, these pieces of equipment contribute to a better traffic flow and a reduction in road accidents.
In awareness of the fact that technology applied to traffic should be managed from a global perspective, SICE develops safety equipment specifically designed for people with reduced mobility.
The SAFECROSS platform applies a certain algorithm in conjunction with artificial vision equipment installed at traffic signal controlled intersections to detect if the crossing is occupied and to partially extend the assigned green light time to ensure that pedestrians can cross safely. The system contributes to more effective intersection management, as vehicles are allowed to pass when there are no pedestrians crossing.
Similarly, the PARKONTOL platform is a piece of equipment designed specifically to solve the problem of improper occupation of parking spaces set aside for groups of people with reduced mobility; the system checks the occupation of these spaces in real time and ensures that the vehicle has an up-to-date permit.