INRIX Expands Signal Analytics to Measure Intersection Performance

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INRIX, Inc., a leader in connected car services and transportation analytics, has today announced a software as a service (SaaS) application to manage traffic signal and corridor performance easier, faster and cheaper.

INRIX IQ Signal Analytics delivers unprecedented intersection and corridor analytics in an easy to use yet powerful cloud-based platform designed for all levels of traffic professionals – management, engineering, operations and maintenance.

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Signal Analytics is the industry’s first intersection analytics platform based exclusively on anonymous connected vehicle data. With a penetration rate nearing seven percent in many markets, Signal Analytics calculates for industry-defined metrics including control delay, split failures, turn ratio and volume at a vastly lower cost than instrumenting an intersection. Systemwide summary metrics are reported daily and presented in an intuitive, web-based application available through INRIX IQ, a SaaS application suite for uncovering mobility insights.

“Signal Analytics is a robust set of visualizations and analytics that transforms complex data into easily understood, managed and optimized dashboards and reports that people can act on,” said Avery Ash, head of product management and strategy for INRIX IQ. “We put an incredible focus on making Signal Analytics accurate, timely and easy to use.”

Leveraging more than 25 million trips and 300 million miles daily, at a 5-second ping frequency, Signal Analytics delivers every metric necessary for operators to fully understand performance on more than 210,000 signalized intersections across the U.S. Customizable daily reports and dashboards highlight key metrics, problems and trends for intersections and corridors across a road network. In-depth searches and advanced functionality, such as user-defined date(s) for individual vehicle movement, leverage the Center for Advanced Transportation Technology (CATT) Laboratory at the University of Maryland’s powerful Regional Integrated Transportation Information System (RITIS) platform.

“Every transportation agency in America now has the ability to monitor and manage the performance of their entire traffic signals system without hardware. Agencies can prioritize system enhancements, saving time and dollars while providing near-ground-truth accuracy for all performance measures,” said Scott Sedlik, senior vice president and general manager of public sector at INRIX.

To be the first to access INRIX IQ Signal Analytics, sign up here.

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