Partitioning the extremely complex control task for complete cities and regions into essentially easier solvable sub-tasks, which can be solved locally in the best possible way and which fit in appropriately with the higher control for global optimisation.
Extensive standardization and automation in the development, calibration and implementation of the traffic control objects with radically more efficient application of the overall control.
Uniform, requirement-driven process pattern for the development, calibration and implementation of the traffic control objects, preventing extensive trial-and-error scenarios.
Quick and early identification and quantification of conflict in the requirements.
Extremely quick adaptation to new traffic situations as well as adaptation to new traffic measure, actions, sensors, components, boundary conditions, …
Construction kit with modular traffic control objects allowing an extremely quick and efficient construction of control networks with excellent scalability.
Easy and straightforward integration of arbitrary sensors and information for the detection and prediction of the relevant traffic situations.
New possibilities for the consideration of traffic control already in the planning and conception phase by direct control via the requirements and targets instead of the prescribed solutions.
Usage of predictive control strategies for the prevention of congestion before it begins.
Usage of specific control strategies for the targeted reduction of congestion.
Special rating methods for the assessment of the component impact in the overall traffic system, to estimate how economical relevant traffic measures are.
Usage of theoretically optimum control models with arbitrary precision. The practical limitations, due to the available sensors and imprecise requirements, are dealt with in requirements management.