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  • 1. Smart T ffi SiS t Traffic Signals: lLee’s Summit, MO Case Study , y See the Understand Understand results data how it works the investment InSync is protected by U.S. Patent Nos. 8,050,854 and 8,103,436, and other patents‐pending.
  • 2. $115 billion$115 billion Source: Texas Transportation Institute 2011 Urban Mobility Report
  • 3. 80,593,762,135 80 593 762 135Source: Environmental Protection Agency, 2011
  • 4. 30 000 0,000 0, Source: US Department of Transportation, 2011
  • 5. “Why…” Why…
  • 6. Deliver loved ones to their  Deliver loved ones to theirdestination faster and safer.
  • 7. Lee’s Summit
  • 8. Route 291, Lee’s Summit Twelve signals g 2.5 Miles ADT = 25,779 Previously  running  coordinated TOD  plans DOT owns and  DOT owns and manages signals
  • 9. Route 291, Lee’s Summit Major  freeway ResidentialCommercial  and retail and retail High school High school Major  j freeway
  • 10. Route 291, Lee’s Summit Odd signal  spacing p g Shock traffic from  Shock traffic from freeway incidents Commuter peaks,  bi‐directionality High school peak  High school peak and seasonality
  • 11. Stop reductions p 95% 95% 88% 69% 57% 56% 50% NB SB‐17% 17% AM Peak Noon PM Peak Off Peak Lees Summit, MO Source: Midwest Research Institute and Missouri DOT, March 2010
  • 12. Delay reduction y 86% 87% 78% 70% 65% 64% 46% NB SB ‐9% 9% AM Peak Noon PM Peak Off Peak Lees Summit, MO Source: Midwest Research Institute and Missouri DOT, March 2010
  • 13. Travel time reductions 58% % 38% 32% NB 22% SB 18% 15%‐2% 2% 5% AM Peak Noon PM Peak Off Peak Lees Summit, MO Source: Midwest Research Institute and Missouri DOT, March 2010
  • 14. Emissions reduction 43% 41% 38% NB 15% 13% 12% SB 11% ‐6% 6% AM Peak Noon PM Peak Off Peak Lees Summit, MO Source: Midwest Research Institute and Missouri DOT, March 2010
  • 15. Fuel usage reduction g 21% 19% 19% 15% NB SB ‐5% 0% 0% 0% AM Peak Noon PM Peak Off Peak Lees Summit, MO Source: Midwest Research Institute and Missouri DOT, March 2010
  • 16. Crash reduction 16% Source: Lee’s Summit, MO Police Department
  • 17. Field results from Understand See the financialagencies nationwide how it works investment InSync is protected by U.S. Patent Nos. 8,050,854 and 8,103,436, and other patents‐pending.
  • 18. Most widely deployed y p y1.5 million vehicles daily 535 intersections 84 corridors 43 cities  43 cities 17 states
  • 19. Management before InSync g y CoordinatedCoordinated TOD plans O pa s TOD plans Coordinated TOD plans Coordinated  Running  TOD plans Coordinated free Coordinated  TOD plans TOD plans TOD plans Coordinated Running  TOD plans free Coordinated Coordinated TOD plans TOD plans TOD plans TOD plans
  • 20. Peak delay reductions y85% 66% 53% 89% 77% 89% 78% 86% 78% 73% 70% 48% 72%Best peak time results
  • 21. Peak stop reductions p82% 67% 90% 33% 91% 92% 95% 93% 100% 50% 62% 67% 71%Best peak time results
  • 22. Peak travel time reduction50% 19% 44% 46% 29% 41% 32% 42% 42% 29% 44% 20% 42%Best peak time results
  • 23. Peak fuel reduction 30% 38% 16% 28% 19% 26% 32%Best peak time results
  • 24. Peak emissions reduction 23% 34% 41% 42% 25% 35% 39%Best peak time results
  • 25. Crash reduction 16% Source: Lee’s Summit, MO Source: Lee’s Summit MO Police Department27% 30% Source: Topeka, KS Source: Springdale, AR City Traffic Engineer Police Department
  • 26. Field results from Understand See the financial agencies nationwide how it works investment ArchitectureU.S. Patent No. 8,050,854  and patents‐pending
  • 27. Detection Inputs Optimizes Runs Free Runs Free Inputs detector d t t calls Picks state (or phase pair)U.S. Patent No. 8,050,854  and patents‐pending
  • 28. • InSync = Provided cameras InSync is protected by U.S. Patent Nos. 8,050,854 and 8,103,436, and other patents‐pending.
  • 29. • InSync = Provided cameras• InSync:Tesla = Your detection = Your detection • Loops • Cameras • Radar • Magnetometers • Microwave InSync is protected by U.S. Patent Nos. 8,050,854 and 8,103,436, and other patents‐pending.
  • 30. • InSync = Provided cameras• InSync:Tesla = Your detection InSync:Tesla = Your detection• InSync:Fusion = Both  p provided cameras plus p your existing detection InSync is protected by U.S. Patent Nos. 8,050,854 and 8,103,436, and other patents‐pending.
  • 31. Pedestrian ModuleP d i M d lOptimizes pedestrian traffic with vehicular traffic InSync is protected by U.S. Patent Nos. 8,050,854 and 8,103,436, and other patents‐pending.
  • 32. Twisted pair of copper Fiber Wireless
  • 33. Robust architecture:• Loss of communications = no change Loss of communications = no change• Loss of detection = historical data used Loss of detection = historical data used• Loss of processor = detector calls go to Loss of processor = detector calls go to  controller which can run coordinated TOD  plans or fully actuated plans or fully actuated InSync is protected by U.S. Patent Nos. 8,050,854 and 8,103,436, and other patents‐pending.
  • 34. Field results from Understand See the financialagencies nationwide how it works investment Model and software InSync is protected by U.S. Patent Nos. 8,050,854 and 8,103,436, and other patents‐pending.
  • 35. Local  OptimizerAnalog to  DIGITAL Global  Optimizer i i
  • 36. Analog to  DIGITAL State machineInSync is protected by U.S. Patent Nos. 8,050,854 and 8,103,436, and other patents‐pending.
  • 37. InSync is protected by U.S. Patent Nos. 8,050,854 and 8,103,436, and other patents‐pending.
  • 38. Local OptimizerInSync is protected by U.S. Patent Nos. 8,050,854 and 8,103,436, and other patents‐pending.
  • 39. Local OptimizerThis Monday @ 7:43:15 @ 7:43:15Next Monday @ 7:43:15 @ 7:43:15 InSync is protected by U.S. Patent Nos. 8,050,854 and 8,103,436, and other patents‐pending.
  • 40. Global Optimizer 1
  • 41. Global Optimizer 1
  • 42. Intelligently fully‐actuated intersectionsI lli l f ll di i to optimize all approaches and Coordinated progressionInSync is protected by U.S. Patent Nos. 8,050,854 and 8,103,436, and other patents‐pending.
  • 43. InSync is protected by U.S. Patent Nos. 8,050,854 and 8,103,436, and other patents‐pending.
  • 44. InSync is protected by U.S. Patent Nos. 8,050,854 and 8,103,436, and other patents‐pending.
  • 45. InSync is protected by U.S. Patent Nos. 8,050,854 and 8,103,436, and other patents‐pending.
  • 46. InSync is protected by U.S. Patent Nos. 8,050,854 and 8,103,436, and other patents‐pending.
  • 47. InSync is protected by U.S. Patent Nos. 8,050,854 and 8,103,436, and other patents‐pending.
  • 48. InSync is protected by U.S. Patent Nos. 8,050,854 and 8,103,436, and other patents‐pending.
  • 49. InSync is protected by U.S. Patent Nos. 8,050,854 and 8,103,436, and other patents‐pending.
  • 50. Field results from Understand See the financialagencies nationwide how it works investment InSync is protected by U.S. Patent Nos. 8,050,854 and 8,103,436, and other patents‐pending.
  • 51. Product and Price per  Detection Options p Intersection Up to four cameras  InSync $25,000 included Uses your InSync:Tesla $25,000 preferred detectors preferred detectors Up to four cameras  InSync:Fusion $30,000 $30 000 included & integrates included & integrates existing detectors Pedestrian Module Pedestrian Module +$5,000 +$5 000 +$1,000 Project Management or lessPrices do not include communications, installation, mounting hardware, cables, wires, shipping, taxes, spare systems, and peripherals such as in‐cabinet monitors and keyboards.
  • 52. Field results from Understand See the financialagencies nationwide how it works investment
  • 53. Questions and Answers Q ti dAContact us for access to the data and facts including all the independent studies, a custom evaluation and quote or for  more information. Online: www.RhythmTraffic.com Online: www.RhythmTraffic.com Email: mark.sullivant@rhythmtraffic.com Phone: 913‐227‐0603 The proven solution. p