McCain, a manufacturer and supplier of intelligent transportation systems, traffic control equipment and parking guidance solutions, has upgraded QuicNet Pro 2.0 central control software in the city of Pomona, California, US.
The QuicNet Pro 2.0 central control software has brought most of the traffic signals online in a single, central location to help authorities monitor and manage the traffic control systems across the city.
Upgrades in the traffic management software can also assist city authorities to establish a link with the Los Angeles county information exchange network (IEN) system to monitor the area's traffic signals and provide better regional arterial coordination and incident management.
McCain ITS project manager Lakshmi Kurada said at a time when everyone was being asked to do more with less, it would make sense to simplify processes by bringing a city's transportation management online in a single location.
"It really is a starting place for citywide expansion, truly helping streamline efforts while yielding cross-jurisdictional communication," Kurada added.
The project included a QuicNet Pro software upgrade, an IEN site server, and command data interface at the City of Pomona's traffic management centre to provide a strong foundation to transform and advance the city's transportation infrastructure.
McCain's QuicNet Pro central control solution is an advanced traffic management system.