Advanced communication in ITS, the pitfalls and how to avoid them. This presentation will look at the evolution of communications in traffic signal systems. Interconnecting systems historically were centered around the synchronization of traffic signals. Is that still the only design requirement? The presentation will highlight real-world projects over the past 10 years with a focus on what worked well, what could have been improved to better suit the traffic operation, and long term ITS goals.
Ethernet communication is providing the mechanism to go beyond just a "synchronized clock" for traffic management. The example projects will be used to discuss the use of Ethernet in ITS, problems that have been encountered, how the problem was overcome, and lessons learned.
Gabe Murillo, Iteris
Gabe Murillo is an Associate Vice President at Iteris, Inc with specialization in systems engineering practices to design, deploy and integrate ITS elements in advanced transportation management systems. These include advanced traveler information systems; transit signal priority systems and bus rapid transit systems; traffic management center design and implementation; advanced coordinated signalized intersection networks; and communication systems. Gabe received his Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering at Loyola Marymount University and his Master of Business Administration at the University of California, Irvine. Though he’s spent over 15 years working in a large TMC operating over 2000 intersections, his biggest achievement are his two daughters, Soleil and Luciana.
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