Experts Discuss Adaptive Signal Systems and the Benefits Signal Performance Measures Can Have Before, During, and After Implementation
The performance of traffic signal networks is best evaluated using a calculated series of key metrics. Public agencies optimize their networks when they build strategies around signal performance measures (SPM).
INRIX continues to unpack signal performance measures, why they matter, and how agencies can take advantage. This is the third installment of our new Signal Performance Measures Webinar Series, during which we will cover an overview of Adaptive Systems: what is needed, how to plan for implementation, what to consider, and how to analyze the system. The session will provide conceptual use cases of signal performance measures and real-life examples from around the county. We welcome a guest speaker from RTC of Southern Nevada, John Peñuelas, PE, Director of Engineering Services; to discuss his experience with Adaptive Signal Systems.
If you can’t attend the live session, the event will be recorded and shared with all registered guests. Register by filling out the form on the right-hand side.
What You’ll Learn
- An Overview of Adaptive Signal System Objectives
- Scoping a Before/After Evaluation using SPMs
- Use Case Example Evaluating Adaptive Signal Systems
|John R. Peñuelas, Jr., P.E.
Director of Engineering at RTC of Southern Nevada
Head of Product Strategy, Signal Analytics at INRIX
Senior Traffic Signal & Safety Engineer at INRIX