Alpharetta deploys new traffic-easing technology

The dawn of smart cities is upon us, using the internet of things (IoT) to solve big and little problems. In Georgia, Texas, and Hawaii, the world’s first Dual-Mode/Dual-Active vehicle-to-everything (V2X) deployment is easing traffic woes that effect public safety vehicles. The technology uses dual mode chipsets by Autotalks that are installed in roadside units, such as traffic control boxes. Autotalks has teamed up with Applied Information Inc., an Alpharetta-based provider of intelligent transportation…

The dawn of smart cities is upon us, using the internet of things (IoT) to solve big and little problems. In Georgia, Texas, and Hawaii, the world’s first Dual-Mode/Dual-Active vehicle-to-everything (V2X) deployment is easing traffic woes that effect public safety vehicles. The technology uses dual mode chipsets by Autotalks that are installed in roadside units, such as traffic control boxes. Autotalks has teamed up with Applied Information Inc., an Alpharetta-based provider of intelligent transportation…

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