Connected Roadways and Intersections Infographic

Connected Roadways and Intersections Infographic
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Connected Roadways and Intersections Infographic

Ready to Connect the DoTs?

Improve public safety, increase operational efficiency, and optimize traffic management with connected roadways and intersections.

In the journey to modern connectivity, customers are in different phases:

  • Unconnected infrastructure
  • Basic connectivity
  • Flexible, secure connectivity
  • Fully connected intent based networking

In every journey there are potential roadblocks:

  • Legacy networks and devices
  • Cyber and physical security risks
  • Multiple access technologies
  • Lack of real-time access to data

Only Cisco offers a complete industrial networking portfolio to meet your needs. Pick from a variety of connectivity options for your business needs:

  • Fiber
  • Cellular
  • Wireless backhaul

Secure, reliable network to connect a variety of use cases:

  • Video surveillance of traffic intersections – get real-time visibility into traffic movement and congestion and detect traffic violations. Use analytics to improve safety for pedestrians and cyclists.
  • Traffic signal controller monitoring – make remote SPaT (signal phase and timing) adjustments. Modify signal operation to optimize flow of traffic, reducing congestion.
  • Electric vehicle charging infrastructure – remotely monitor and maintain charging stations. Provide secure customer billing and payment services.
  • Electronic tolling stations – use automation to reduce traffic delays by making toll collection faster.
  • Remote weather information systems – monitor weather and road conditions to warn drivers of hazardous conditions.
  • Dynamic message signs – provide drivers with roadway information and guidance on lane closures, traffic accidents, and weather conditions.
  • Traffic signal priority and preemption

Modern connected roadways and intersection help improve safety, increase operational efficiency, reduce traffic congestion and minimize carbon footprint.

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