Publication

Posted by Econolite | 24 October 2018

The search for travel management’s Holy Grail September/October 2018 – ITS International “Combining accurate network estimates and forecasts with real-time information is the way to deal with traffic hot spots....

Posted by Econolite | 02 March 2018

The rise of V2X: it’s time to put up the shields January/February 2018 – ITS International “Traffic management has largely been shielded from the sort of malicious hacking that is...

Posted by Econolite | 09 February 2018

Member to Member: Gary F. Duncan February 2018 “ITE member Gary F. Duncan, Econolite’s senior vice president and chief technology officer, recently retired on December 31, 2017. He joined Econolite...

Posted by Econolite | 07 November 2016

Been There. Done That. Summer 2016 “Many of us can relate to that statement -“been there, done that”, but what happens when you are no loner, “there”?.. For Brian Tennent,...

Posted by Econolite | 17 July 2016

Maximum velo-city June/July 2016 “While much attention is being paid to driver safety benefits in a connected and autonomous vehicle world- the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) estimates that...

Posted by Econolite | 13 February 2016

Trust, But Verify February 2016 ““Trust, but verify,” President Reagan’s favorite Russian proverb continues to be sound advice we all should embrace – even traffic control managers. Yet how does...

Posted by Econolite | 13 January 2016

Adaptive Signals Speed Detour Traffic During Reconstruction January/February 2016 “Planned roadway improvements prompted the use of Adaptive Signal Control around Madison – a move that has proved successful as Scott...

Posted by Econolite | 13 October 2015

Connected Vehicles and a Safer World October 2015 “Today, your vehicle can contain more than 100 embedded processors. While most of this computing power has traditionally focused on optimizing the...

Posted by Econolite | 13 April 2015

Stopping Cyber Criminals at the Traffic Management System Gates April 2015 “The traffic management industry is fully mature but over the last two decades a renaissance in technology has created...

Posted by Econolite | 14 December 2014

Advancing Advance Vehicle Detection November/December 2014 “Heavily-traveled corridors and arterials, particularly those that include signalized intersections with approach speeds of 35 mph or faster, are at or quickly nearing capacity...