UTMS [Universal Traffic Management Systems]
ITCS [Integrated Traffic Control Systems]
Functioning as the heart of the UTMS, ITCS are systems that collect traffic information and perform optimal traffic signal control, based on information collected through two-way communication with in-car devices.
Infrared beacons consist of light projectors and receivers, as well as controllers. They have a two-way communication function with the car navigation devices of vehicles in motion. The beacons are designed to achieve optimal traffic control linked to each UTMS subsystem.
TSPS [Traffic Signal Prediction Systems]
TSPS are systems that provide drivers with information on traffic lights in advance, thereby encouraging them to drive comfortably and preventing accidents caused by suddenly stopping and starting.
PTPS [Public Transportation Priority Systems]
PTPS are systems designed to increase the convenience of public transportation through priority signal control to ensure the punctuality of bus operations.
PICS [Pedestrian Information and Communication Systems]
PICS are systems that provide pedestrians, including senior citizens and people with disabilities, with voice information on the names of intersections and the condition of traffic lights for pedestrians, thereby helping them to cross intersections safely.
Advanced PICS utilize Bluetooth and send information on pedestrian traffic lights to smartphones and other devices, as well as enabling pedestrians to extend a green light by using their smartphones or other device.
DSSS [Driving Safety Support Systems]
DSSS are systems that provide audio-visual information on surrounding traffic conditions and other data that drivers find hard to see, in order to call their attention to risk factors and to create an environment that allows them to drive comfortably, thereby preventing traffic accidents.
FAST [FAST emergency vehicle preemption systems]
FAST are systems that provide information on routes and other data for emergency vehicles and that conduct priority signal control to reduce the time required for these vehicles to quickly reach the scene of an accident and to prevent traffic accidents caused by emergency driving.
AMIS [Advanced Mobile Information Systems]
AMIS are systems that provide traffic information on congestions, accidents, required travel times and other data for drivers through multiple media channels to promote a better distribution of traffic flow, thereby achieving a smooth flow of traffic.
The VICS (Vehicle Information and Communication System), which provides traffic information for car navigation devices on a real-time basis, is one of these systems.
HELP [Help systems for Emergency Life saving and Public safety]
HELP are systems that send location information and other data to a specialized operation center through a vehicle's telephone (or cellphone) network manually or automatically in the case of an accident or emergency while driving and that make arrangements for the police and emergency services.
MOCS [Mobile Operation Control Systems]
MOCS are systems that provide information on the movements of buses, taxies and trucks and other data for operation managers to support efficient operations and to achieve a smooth flow of traffic.
EPMS [Environmental Protection Management Systems]
EPMS provide traffic information and conduct signal control that takes air pollution and weather conditions into account, in order to reduce such traffic pollution as exhaust gases and noises, with the aim of protecting the environment.