News and events

RTEM success at Traffex 2015
RTEM had a successful show at Traffex 2015, where we showed our great value, innovative, high quality and unique SP4 platform for the advanced collection of road traffic data, including an integral Bluetooth sensor option for journey time monitoring.

We can provide traffic data from almost any existing ATC array or SCOOT/MOVA loops. In the latter situations we can replicate the required output to the system, provide bus or HGV priority if needed and collect classified traffic data all at the same time with the same module.

We really can add value to your existing infrastructure

JCT Symposium, 17 and 18 September, Warwick University

We are looking forward to this year's event after such a successful show in 2014. The reaction to the two papers featuring our SP4 C module and its applications presented by Peter Symons from Norfolk C.C. and Dan Preece from Integrated Traffic Services sparked much debate about new ways to collect traffic data and provide other features such as HGV priority. Our quest is to work hand in hand with Local Government officers and traffic engineering practitioners to establish new methods of resolving practical site problems wherever the detection of road traffic is required.

UTMC system interfaces
We are pleased to announce that we have completed the interface work between the SP4 platform and the UTMC System run by Poole Borough Council. This work to interface the road traffic data collected from the various RTEM SP4 Classifier platforms around the Borough allowing this valuable information to be shared in time through the UTMC system along with other facilities and functions including CCTV, VMS and Car Parking.

We at RTEM would like to thank the engineers from Poole Borough Council for their assistance to us during this process.

New magazine launch

We welcomed this new magazine on our web site when it was launched in April last year at the Traffex exhibition. In issue 1 the article on page 32 entitled Prior Knowledge describes a bus priority system featuring our SP4 module.

Issue 2 also features RTEM, in an interesting article by Martin Wylie of East Sussex County Council on the subject of adding a little extra intelligence at the roadside and again mentions the value that can be gained from our RTEM SP4 platform. By using existing SCOOT loops RTEM can demonstrate that by using the SP4 not only can bus priority be provided at a low cost but also that the SCOOT output can be replicated at the same time whilst a log of vehicle flow and their classification can be provided too.  This article can be found on page 26 of issue 2 and is entitled Analyse This.

Smart Highways Magazine is probably the only dedicated publication bringing a real focus on ITS issues to our industry.

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