The new ATMS will dilever as the base for the state’s intelligent transportation system (ITS) applications, and replace the current NaviGAtor system that has been in place since 1996. GDOT will use the Kapsch ATMS to monitor all state and interstate roadways and arterials within Georgia.
The company’s traffic software features offer comprehensive road supervision, data analytics, and metrics and reporting that can meet the management requirements for complex modern road setups such as reversible and managed lanes. The new ATMS will be built on Kapsch’s next-generation Dynac platform and will integrate data from other transportation networks, roadside equipment, floating car data, connected vehicle (CV) equipment, and traditional traffic detectors.
The Dynac platform has a proven track record of reliably managing some of the world’s largest transportation facilities with demanding nonstop operational requirements. The software collects real-time traffic data and delivers it to Traffic Management Centers (TMCs) allowing operators to detect and respond to congestion and roadway incidents.
In Georgia, the Dynac platform will be capable of controlling the state’s 55 miles (88.5km) of managed and reversible Express Lanes that use variable tolling based on demand. Kapsch is expanding its ITS footprint in the USA, and currently has offices in Virginia, Texas, New York, Indiana, California, New Jersey, and Maryland, as well as Georgia.
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