A smart city is a municipality that uses information and communication technologies to increase operational efficiency, share information with the public, and improve both the quality of government services and citizen welfare. - IoT World.
This is the future of traffic management and we have the resources necessary to bring these concepts to life for you.
Smart City devices collect data and use the information to analyze and then make strategic adjustments. This leads to citizen welfare improvement and municipalities can enhance their operational efficiency. Collected data comes from citizen devices, city buildings, and asset devices to help monitor and manage traffic and transportation systems, utilities, crime detection, information systems, schools, hospitals, and many other community services.
Major technological, economic, and environmental changes have generated demand for smart cities, including climate change, economic restructuring, coronavirus, the move to online retail and entertainment, aging populations, urban population growth, and pressures on public finances.
We have solutions to make sure your city can enjoy the advantages of today’s technology to improve the everyday life of its citizens. Smart City endeavors will harness the power of networks, data and info-communications technologies to improve living, create and promote economic growth, and build more efficient traffic systems.
Due to increased growth in urban areas, smart city technology will help agencies service their citizens while maintaining productivity.
- Improved Citizen & Government Communications
- Enhanced Transportation
- New Commercial Growth Opportunities
- Decreased Environmental Imprint
- Productive Public Services
- Safer Neighborhoods
- Provide Service and Productivity with Data
- Expanded Digital Integrity
- Elevated Workforce Involvement
- Enhanced Infrastructure & Mobility
I have worked with Path Master since our first interconnected closed loop system of 15 traffic signals installed in Cranberry Township in the mid 1990's. Path Master has assisted in our growth over the years in expanding our system to 51 fiberoptic interconnected signals in multiple corridors spanning four municipalities, two counties and two Penn DOT Districts. Most recently, Path Master has assisted implementation of our transition from adaptive technology to the Centracs Edaptive by Econolite. We have completed testing and are currently transitioning our entire system to this cloud-based technology that we have found uses the latest SPM's to best manage our traffic flow. Path Master continuously keeps us on the cutting edge of technology with consistent, reliable support. They provided the seamless transition over the last 25 years using the most current traffic signal technology that our residents have come to expect, and our region looks to as a model of success.
Kelly, Assistant Director Public Works