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Outstation PRIMOS MODULAR

The right type of outstation for all traffic requirements

With a SWARCO TRAFFIC SYSTEMS outstation, you obtain a multifunctional solution to optimally suit the temporary traffic requirements.

The outstation PRIMOS MODULAR has many applications: acquisition of traffic data, axle loads and environmental data, control of variable message signs, ramp metering, traffic control in the course of road tunnels. It can be used as stand-alone solution or as part of a larger system.

ACQUISITION OF TRAFFIC DATA:

  • Complete IOC of function group 1 according to TLS*
  • Data acquisition for traffic statistics generation
  • Data acquisition for forecasting and control
  • Data preparation with respect to vehicle distance and speed distribution
  • Data buffering in the device for offline operation
  • Wrong-way driver notification
  • Transfer of individual vehicle data
  • Self-monitoring of sensors and peripheral devices
  • Monitoring and recording of the status of connected induction loops
  • Adaptation to numerous different sensors (induction loops, radar, etc.)

ACQUISITION OF ENVIRONMENTAL DATA:

  • Complete IOC of function group 3 according to TLS*
  • Modular driver architecture
  • Adaptation to numerous sensors (Lufft, Sick, Vaisala, etc.)

CONTROL OF VARIABLE TRAFFIC SIGNS:

  • Complete IOC of function group 4 according to TLS*
  • Control of
    - Variable message signs in LED-technology
    - Barriers
    - Variable routing signs in prism-technology
    - Lane lights
  • Interlocking of prohibited setting states
  • Extension as linear or matrix-oriented conductor for:
    - Independent, chronological coordination of program sequences
    - Integration/checking of multiple display points
  • Independent brightness control
  • External operation

*TLS: Technical terms of delivery for outstations (Federal Highway Research Institute)

RAMP METERING:

  • Complete IOC of the future function group 9
  • Flow control on slip roads and access ramps
  • Count of red light violations to measure the installation acceptance
  • Various modes of operation (e.g. wait on red, wait on green, or rotating)
  • Automatic sequence control for traffic lights

TUNNEL:

  • Tunnel access control:
    - Height control
    - Barrier control
    - Portal signalling
  • Variable re-routing in case of tunnel closures
  • Interface to central tunnel facility management systems

CONTROL ELEMENTS:

  • Police and service control elements
  • On site control, functional control, display of measured values
  • Touchscreen, keyboard, control panel
  • PDA or laptop supported operation

AXLE LOAD DATA ACQUISITION:

  • Complete IOC of function group 2 according to TLS*
  • Traffic statistics data processing
  • Data preparation with respect to axle load distribution
  • Monitoring of excess loading of individual axles and overall vehicle weight
  • Transfer of individual vehicle data
  • Data buffering in the device for offline operation
  • Self-monitoring of sensors and peripheral devices
  • Adaptation of piezoelectric sensors and bending plates

*Technical terms of delivery for Outstations (Federal Highway Research Institute)

SERVICE & MAINTENANCE:

  • Continuous software and configuration download
  • Uncomplicated set up and service
  • System status request via HTTP

OUTSTATION HARDWARE CCM2200:

  • Linux operating system 2.6.21 or higher
  • U-Boot boot loader
  • Use of a modern processor with ARM 9 architecture
  • EMC compliant design according to currently applicable standards

SOFTWARE FEATURES:

  • Independent software architecture
  • Deployable on the CCM2200 Single Board Computer and other platforms
  • Conforms to currently applicable TLS*, TLS 2002,* or TLS 93* standards

DATA TRANSFER:

Ethernet, WAN, UMTS, GPRS, OWG, ATM, GSM, serial, party-line modem, telecommunications line

DATA SECURITY:

SSL/TLS, SSH, VPN

DATA PROTOCOLS:

TLSoverIP, TC57 (IEC870), WAN-Com, http