ATC wish to announce that its next NGEN Adaptive Engineering course will be held in Sydney from Tuesday 30 April to Friday 3 May 2013. This course is aimed at people wanting to do signal design for intersections controlled by SCATS-compliant or compatible traffic signal controllers.
Personality generation courses
The ATSC4 Traffic Signal Controller is a sophisticated traffic management device, built to the Roads and Maritime Services of NSW Australia specification TSC/4.
Each ATSC4 Traffic Signal Controller needs to be programmed to meet the requirements of the traffic intersection design. NGEN is a windows based program which can perform the tasks needed to setup the controller for effective and safe operation.
This course is aimed at traffic management staff employed to develop traffic signal controller personalities. Participants should be familiar with traffic signal operation and the traffic signal design process. Students will be provided with documentation to review prior to attending the course and should also bring local traffic signal design plans to the course
Course participants will be provided with the skills and knowledge to review signal plans, analyse and understand the designer’s concept of operation and create an appropriate controller personality. The student will have the opportunity to create personalities ranging from standard to large intersection configurations.