With traffic ever increasing, the only way to avoid total congestion every day is good data gathering, monitoring, and planning. This makes traffic management centers not only more important, but also more complex. The results are higher demands on every aspect of the visualization systems, from displays to software.
Barco's complete portfolio of controllers enable you to manage your content and data in real time and in high quality. We offer both desk controllers (to manage the operator workspace), video wall controllers (displaying content on large video walls), input nodes and service nodes.
Ranging from management and distribution software to operator workspace positions, Barco has the needed building blocks in its portfolio to optimize the workflows and efficiency.
2022 · Brussels, BE
Operators at the new traffic control room for the region of Brussels rely on Barco video walls and operator workstations to monitor a growing number of sources and traffic systems.
2020 · Calgary, CA
2018 · Winnipeg, Manitoba, CA
Although considered a large city, Winnipeg doesn’t have a robust freeway system like most cities of its size. Instead, the city manages traffic flows using signal lights, and previously relied on reports from residents or sighting from staff to help remedy incidents in a timely manner. Now, with a Barco collaborative visualization platform as the centerpiece of Winnipeg’s new Transportation Management Center, the agency has significantly improved situational awareness, leading to smoother travel for its residents and visitors and fastest decision-making in case.
2017 · Shoreline, Washington, US
Built in the 1960s, the Washington State Department of Transportation’s original traffic management center needed a significant physical and technological upgrade to meet the demands of Seattle’s growing metropolitan area. So when plans were approved to construct a brand new building in Shoreline, the agency seized the opportunity to build a state-of-the-art command center featuring the latest Barco visualization solutions.
2015 · Boston, Massachusetts, US
Upon receiving a $6 million grant from the Department of Homeland Security to renovate its Operations Control Center, the Massachusetts May Transit Authority (MBTA) honed in on its most critical need: display information from various networks and locations in a coherent, quickly actionable manner. To drive the next level of evolution in transit management, the agency partnered with Barco and Vistacom to implement a a new networked visualization solution.
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