In AS Signaal TM’s third installment of customised ADEC Technologies TDC3 overhead traffic detectors, the Estonian company has procured a further 48 units for the expansion of Tallinn’s city-wide traffic detection.
This has become the single largest installation in any city, with Tallinn now using more than 200 traffic detectors.
AS Signaal TM of Tallinn uses the detectors for its traffic management, specifically to distinguish articulated buses from other vehicle classes.
ADEC worked with AS Signaal TM in 2012, just prior to their first procurement, to implement vehicle classification specifically tailored to the city’s needs.
The data from the detectors is mainly used for planning Tallinn city road buildings and making traffic management decisions. The greatest value of the collected data, for engineers and traffic specialists, is the possibility to see trends over several years, such as flows across city boundaries, activity of public transportation and traffic on bus lanes and nearby.
Signaal chairman Mehis Pass has announced that the latest installation will be placed on the new major road in the city centre, leading to the Tallinn harbour.
ADEC Technologies managing director Andreas Hartmann said: “We are extremely excited to have AS Signaal TM and the city of Tallinn expand their installed base for the third time now.
“It shows us that we are on the right track by striving for product longevity and continuity, whilst continuously improving our algorithms and further increasing the detectors’ accuracy.”
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