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This newly updated online course offers a summary of fundamental principles, operational requirements and expected benefits of some of the frequently deployed Adaptive Traffic Control Systems.
The first session presents various traffic control systems and general characteristics, market state, and evaluations of the ATCS. The second session addresses SCOOT and ACS Lite, two systems with similarities in algorithms but various detection and communication requirements.
The third session presents SynchroGreen and InSync, recent ATCSs which recently gained a lot of popularity among the US customers. Finally, the fourth session focuses on SCATS (one of the oldest and widely deployed systems in the entire world) and other ATCSs from the US market.
Each session is divided into three major parts: the first offers a summary of fundamental principles of a selected adaptive technology, the second covers summary of operational and institutional requirements to run adaptive control, and the third presents operational benefits from available case studies.
Additional course detail is provided in the sections below.
Module 1 (2 hours)
Module 2 (2 hours)
Module 3 (2 hours)
Module 4 (2 hours)
Students will obtain a significant amount of technical information to understand fundamental principles of operations, deployment requirements, and reported operational benefits (highlighted through exemplary case studies) of some of the frequently deployed Adaptive Traffic Control Systems.
This information will help students to become familiar with these relatively new signal control technologies and develop a realistic set of expectations regarding their deployments and operational benefits.
This course is intended for traffic engineers, planners, technicians, and decision makers in municipal, county, and state agencies interested in the operations, requirements and benefits of Adaptive Traffic Control System technologies, particularly those with the responsibility for the planning, design, implementation, operation, and maintenance of traffic signal control systems for urban areas.
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Joy Bhattacharya, PE, PTOE, Vice President, Advanced Mobility Group
Mr. Bhattacharya serves as the Director of Innovative Transportation Solutions at Advanced Mobility Group's (AMG). He provides innovative Traffic Engineering, Transportation Planning, and ITS solutions for the Global Market. He has expertise in traffic engineering, traffic simulation, traffic signal systems with traffic simulation, traffic signal timing, traffic operations, ITS, Connected and Autonomous Vehicles, and Smart Cities. He is an ITE fellow and has approximately 25 years of transportation engineering experience.
Aleksandar Stevanovic, PhD, Associate Professor, University of Pittsburgh
Dr. Aleksandar Stevanovic is a member of TRB AHB25 Committee for Traffic Signal Systems and member of ITE, TRB, ASCE, and other professional societies. He has authored more than 150 journal and conference papers and 30 technical reports for various national and state transportation agencies. Dr. Stevanovic has hands-on experience with multiple Adaptive Traffic Control Systems.
He is the author of NCHRP Synthesis 403 - Adaptive Traffic Control Systems: Domestic and Foreign State of Practice, NCHRP Project 20-07 Task 414 - Benefits of Adaptive Traffic Control Deployments: A Review of Evaluation Studies and numerous others papers and reports about Adaptive Traffic Control Systems, and traffic signals in general. Dr. Stevanovic has been involved in multiple procurement processes and field evaluations of Adaptive Traffic Control Systems. He has also designed interface logics between those systems and micro-simulation models and customized fine-tuned adaptive operations on his own. He has organized, and participated on, multiple industry panels, training events, and conference sessions about Adaptive Traffic Control Systems.
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