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Ticon platform and Toolbox for Mobility Improvement and Performance Monitoring (SLIDES)


Outline

  1. Relevance and ampleness of traffic data

  2. Ticon platform for data collection and analysis

  3. Ticon Customer-oriented reporting system (on the example of "Before-After" analysis)

  4. Cyclical workflow for successful ITS implementation and mobility improvement

  5. Forensic retrospective analysis

Traffic data virtual space








Our mission


To deliver ample, accurate and available traffic data to the industry. These data should be:

  1. Available for any road

  2. Ample to ensure true understanding of traffic changes and traffic regularities over time and space

  3. Accurate enough for the task they are used

  4. Affordable enough to prevent the loss of ITS quality due to attempts to reduce the data collection expense

  5. Arranged and aggregated for decision-making



Ticon platform



Platform









Example: Before-After analysis by Trafficscope



Before-After analysis report structure



Benefits at a glance: Traffic delay matrix

Traffic delay benefit Eastbound



Traffic delay along the corridor

Eastbound Friday 4 pm - 6 pm



Parkway Dr NE - North Ave NE. Saturation analysis



Traffic Speed and Volume changes evaluation

Eastbound Friday 4 pm - 6 pm



Traffic Speed and Volume changes evaluation


Techwood Dr. NW - North Ave NE

Wednesday, Eastbound



Workflow on the example of signal timing update



Forensic and historic capabilities



Conclusions

  1. Ticon opens new possibilities for mobility improvements due to its ample data model, comprehensive processing algorithm and Customer-oriented reporting system. Good performance of Ticon algorithm is fueled by the use of multi-sourced, high resolution data processed by comprehensive proprietary algorithm (patents pending).

  2. Ticon platform is "affordably unlimited", which allows fast scaled implementation of Smart city philosophy, as well as effective tune-ups of implemented ITS.

  3. Ticon areal study of road capacity along with forensic retrospective analysis allows for choosing most efficient projects and transportation planning aimed for fast mobility improvement.

  4. Ticon allows for performance based pricing model for ITS implementation.


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