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  • Smart Traffic Light Management System

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    Smart Traffic Light Management System (STLMS) Until 1912, human traffic policemen often used a complex whistle system to direct traffic. The system was confusing and ineffective. It was boring but also dangerous. Thesedays, traffic lights are safer, more consistent, but are they smarter? [Scott Harrison, Shelby Grad, 2014] Visibly, pre-programmed traffic lights are inflexible and do not adapt to the rapid changing traffic situation causing damage to the economy and to the environment. During peak

  • The Effect Of Traffic On Major Cities By Running A Few Test Simulations

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    Traffic Lab ITEC 201 In this lab we will examine the impact of traffic on major cities by running a few test simulations as well as examining data on the topic. Please answer the following questions in detail. 1. What are some major challenges you feel cities face when dealing with and handling large amounts of traffic? What could be some potential solutions that could minimize some traffic congestion? When dealing with handling large amounts of traffic, cities may experience a higher incidence

  • Automatic Traffic Control Mechanism : A Survey

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    AUTOMATIC TRAFFIC CONTROL MECHANISM A SURVEY Janakiram .M, Vijayarani.S, PG Student, Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore janakiramuniverse@gmail.com, vijimohan_2000@yahoo.com ABSTRACT Automatic traffic control is a mechanism that has complicated control and coordination to ensure that traffic moves as smoothly and safely as possible and also pedestrians are protected when they cross

  • Ojt on-the-Job Training

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    ON-THE-JOB TRAINING At CEBU CITY TRAFFIC OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT (CITOM) In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for Bachelor of Science In Information Technology Submitted by: Submitted to: (Date) I. Table of Contents II. Brief History/Background of the company III. Summary of the OJT Experience IV. Assessment of the OJT/Practicum Program a. New Knowledge and attitudes, and Skills Required b. Theories actually seen in Practice c. Feedback that can be given to the company or institution

  • Improving Travel Request Endeavors : Build Up The Mass Transport Frameworks

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    enrolled bikes constitute about 70% of the vehicle populace in every one of the urban communities. More than 90 percent of the vehicles are situated in urban focuses. 4.5 Passenger car Unit The Traffic volume and capacity of roadway facilities under mixed traffic flow is difficult to estimate under mixed traffic flow, unless the different vehicles classes are converted to one common standard vehicle unit. It is common practice to consider the passenger car as the standard vehicle unit to convert the

  • A Short Note On Traffic Signal Systems And Detection Systems

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    DETECTION TECHNOLOGIES by ANMOL SHRIVASTAVA, EIT Professor Rahim F. Benekohal Traffic Signal Systems CEE 517 Spring 2015 TERM PAPER TABLE OF CONTENTS EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 3 INTRODUCTION 5 OBJECTIVES 6 IMPORTANCE AND RELEVANCE 7 INTSRUSIVE (Inductive Loop) 8 Method and Concept 9 Features of the system 9 Implementation 11 Results 12 Shortcomings and Limitations 12 NON-INTRUSIVE (Microwave Radar) 13 Method and Concept 14 Features of the system 14 Implementation 15 Results 17 Shortcomings and

  • Traffic Camera Monitoring Systems: Safety vs Privicy Essay

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    In the past decade, American citizens have seen an increasingly common sight: the onslaught of electronic monitoring devices being placed at traffic lights and intersections with the sole purpose of recording driver behavior to issue citations; all in the name of safety. The proliferation of these traffic safety cameras, which has spread in unprecedented numbers to ever-smaller towns, is undoubtedly controversial, and has sparked much debate between citizens, police departments, federal agencies

  • Essay on Are Red Light Cameras the Answer?

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    This led to the development of road networks both within and between cities. Problems arose in the areas where roads intersected each other; accidents occurred at these intersections due to the lack in control of vehicular movements. Cities employed people to direct traffic at busy intersections to address this issue, but eventually the intersections became too numerous to control using this method. The development of automated

  • The Technology of Red-Light Running Camera Enforcement

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    intersection after the traffic signal has turned red." (Federal Highway Administration [FHWA], 2009 (6), p1) While the FHWA is a proponent of this technology, controversy has been driven by claims from opponents who cite privacy issues, maintenance concerns, and claims that the intervals for yellow/amber signals have been shortened for the sole purpose of generating funds for the states and municipalities that use the technology. Looking back at the history of the traffic signals, authorities that

  • Why Do People Use Red Light Cameras?

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    A red light camera is a type of traffic enforcement camera that captures an image of a vehicle, which has entered an intersection in spite of the traffic signal indicating red. Since they automatically photograph vehicles that run red lights, the photo is evidence that helps authorities in their enforcement of traffic laws. Generally the camera is triggered when a vehicle enters the intersection after the traffic signal has turned red. Typically, a law enforcement official will review the photographic

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