Solutions for Efficient Cities

Transportation systems management and operations (TSM&O) is an essential function of any city or region.

With Miovision, you can make your existing transportation systems more efficient and improve overall mobility in your area with the most accurate data and insights in the industry.

Challenges for creating efficient cities

  • Vendor Lock-Ins

    The procurement process can be long, complicated, and expensive. And once the decision has been made, it can mean you’re locked in with a vendor for years – even if it’s not the right fit over time.

    Closed Technology

    Many traffic solutions don’t integrate with third-party technology, which means that other investments you’ve made can’t be leveraged in the infrastructure. Closed technologies are limiting, can be difficult to manage, and fail to take advantage of the benefits that seamless integration has to offer.

  • Lack of Collaboration

    Sharing data and insights across departments can promote the collaboration it takes to achieve mutual goals. Solutions that can’t translate traffic data into user-friendly information make it difficult to create synergies across the organization and with partners.

    Speed of Innovation

    Innovations in traffic technology are happening at an incredible pace. The Internet of Things (IoT) and machine learning have touched every industry, including TSM&O. Without a flexible traffic solution that can keep up with the speed of innovation, your investments can quickly become outdated and ineffective.

Elements of Efficient Cities

Miovision technology is built to improve efficiency through reliable insights and innovative solutions. Our open technology seamlessly integrates with third-party products because we believe in the power of collaboration. And our flexible SaaS model allows you to implement technology when the time is right for you, so you can get the most out of your investment.

  • Gain insight into signals that were previously unconnected
  • Access data collected from the intersection securely in the cloud
  • Protect your investment and address future needs with technology that works with existing controllers
  • Integrate securely with your existing IT network
  • Seamlessly integrate with and build on the Miovision platform through our open standards and open data approach
Signal communications
  • Gain insight into signals that were previously unconnected
  • Access data collected from the intersection securely in the cloud
  • Protect your investment and address future needs with technology that works with existing controllers
  • Integrate securely with your existing IT network
  • Seamlessly integrate with and build on the Miovision platform through our open standards and open data approach
  • Receive automatic alerts when issues arise, and assign them to the right people
  • Take a data driven, proactive approach to signal maintenance rather than responding to citizen complaints
  • Improve response time to “Signal in Flash” and “Power Loss” incidents
  • Access the cabinet remotely and reduce field visit time for staff
  • “See” every vehicle, pedestrian and cyclist to ensure demand is being serviced and timing plans are being used effectively.
  • Benefit from our industry leading traffic AI that keeps getting better over time
  • Future-proof
  • Get accurate 24/7 multi-modal counts at the intersection
  • Eliminate the need to send field staff to perform manual counts or install traditional counting methods such as road tubes
  • Give people from various teams access to the same data
  • Spend less time combing through your data and more time solving problems with the Intersection Health tool, which provides actionable insights on a monthly basis.
  • Set up workspaces to work collaboratively
  • Make a change in the field and check back in with ATSPMs and the Report Card tool to see if the change was effective
  • Efficiencies created when combining different sets of data between different data providers
“We started with the goal of improving how we monitor our traffic signals, and now we’re working with Miovision to explore how to improve safety for pedestrians and help first responders get to emergencies more quickly.” Mark de la Vergne, Chief of Mobility Innovation, Detroit

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