Advanced Traffic Management System (ATMS) integrated solutions use some advanced equipment such as ECB, VMS, ATCC, MDS, VIDS, MRCS, etc. to improve vehicle traffic flow to improve safety on highways and minimize road accidents.
Local ATMS integration goals are determined with respect to the operation of the integrated transport system within the Intelligent Transport System (ITS). It discusses the key challenges that need to be addressed to provide integration, and areas where the quality of management decision-making in the transportation industry is improved.
It discusses the key challenges that need to be addressed to provide integration, and areas where the quality of management decision-making in the transportation industry is improved. In particular, the expected effects are taken into account: increase in traffic availability in the agglomeration area, improvement of health and safety of the population due to a reduction in automobile-related accident rates, improvement of urban environmental conditions, and increase in operational efficiency of special and emergency response units.
ATMS also helps inform authorities about the use of seat belts by travelers.
From the license plate, the mechanism can obtain information about the vehicle’s insurance and lifespan. You can also check the contamination certificate and CNG kit test certificate.
The Advanced Traffic Management System (ATMS) field is a primary subfield within the Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) domain. The ATMS view is a top-down management perspective that primarily integrates technologies to improve vehicle traffic flow and improve safety.
Traffic management may include flagging, lane closures, detours, full highway closures, pedestrian access, traffic planning, traffic management vehicles and sidewalk closures.