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Signal Designing Method | Traffic Engineering
Subject- Traffic Engineering Topic - Signal Designing Method Faculty- Mr. Pratik Mishra Sir GATE ACADEMY is the India"s leading institute with best teaching practices and most affordable fee. This video will help you to understand the Single Phase Controlled Rectifier Dear viewer, if you have any doubt on this topic join our interactive session at our FB group to have a direct interaction with our faculties & clarify your doubts. Doubt solving facebook group - https://www.facebook.com/groups/gateconcepts Check out our web & facebook page for more details. 1. Web: www.gateacademy.co.in 2. Email: [email protected] 3. For any doubt join us :https://www.facebook.com/groups/gateconcepts 4. Like us: https://www.facebook.com/gateacademyofficial 5. Instagram - gate_academybhilai Do not Forget to watch the videos of below mentioned subjects : 1. Analog Electronics - https://goo.gl/UFxDKV 2. Engineering Mathematics - https://goo.gl/9rLYLq 3. Signal & System - https://goo.gl/rDfWjC 4. Communication System - https://goo.gl/rDfWjC 5. Analog Electronics | Live Classroom - https://goo.gl/gZUDdK 6. Electrical & Electronic Measurement - https://goo.gl/uZJhES 7. Control Systems - https://goo.gl/fsuwGV 8. Electromagnetic Theory (EMT) - https://goo.gl/ToVDgU 9. Digital Electronics - https://goo.gl/TUR8Fj 10.Network Theory - https://goo.gl/bcNKLB 11.Unfiltered Conversation - https://goo.gl/XziCfi
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Lecture 08 Traffic Signal Design
This video provides an overview of traffic signal design. This includes a discussion of types of traffic signal control, an introduction of key terminology, and demonstrations of how to calculate clearance intervals, saturation flow rate, and capacity.
Signal Designing Method(Part-2) | Traffic Engineering
Subject- Traffic Engineering Topic - Signal Designing Method Faculty- Mr. Pratik Mishra Sir GATE ACADEMY is the India"s leading institute with best teaching practices and most affordable fee. This video will help you to understand the Single Phase Controlled Rectifier Dear viewer, if you have any doubt on this topic join our interactive session at our FB group to have a direct interaction with our faculties & clarify your doubts. Doubt solving facebook group - https://www.facebook.com/groups/gateconcepts Check out our web & facebook page for more details. 1. Web: www.gateacademy.co.in 2. Email: [email protected] 3. For any doubt join us :https://www.facebook.com/groups/gateconcepts 4. Like us: https://www.facebook.com/gateacademyofficial 5. Instagram - gate_academybhilai Do not Forget to watch the videos of below mentioned subjects : 1. Analog Electronics - https://goo.gl/UFxDKV 2. Engineering Mathematics - https://goo.gl/9rLYLq 3. Signal & System - https://goo.gl/rDfWjC 4. Communication System - https://goo.gl/rDfWjC 5. Analog Electronics | Live Classroom - https://goo.gl/gZUDdK 6. Electrical & Electronic Measurement - https://goo.gl/uZJhES 7. Control Systems - https://goo.gl/fsuwGV 8. Electromagnetic Theory (EMT) - https://goo.gl/ToVDgU 9. Digital Electronics - https://goo.gl/TUR8Fj 10.Network Theory - https://goo.gl/bcNKLB 11.Unfiltered Conversation - https://goo.gl/XziCfi
Views: 2681 GATE ACADEMY
SCADA Designing Project 3Way Traffic Signal
Wiztech Automation Solutions +91 99404 26826. Provide the advanced Automation Training, SCADA Training Course with industrial project training and Guidance. Students can learn SCADA Programming, SCADA Softwares, SCADA Project, SCADA designing.
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Innovative & Efficient Traffic Signal Designs
Next generation traffic light designs/ideas -- more efficient (less materials to produce, less electricity consumption, less maintenance). 1clickideas.com - a not-for-profit website.
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Traffic light designing (PLC &SCADA)
Trffic light designing based on scada system
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Signal Designing Method(Part-3) | Traffic Engineering
Subject- Traffic Engineering Topic - Signal Designing Method Faculty- Mr. Pratik Mishra Sir GATE ACADEMY is the India"s leading institute with best teaching practices and most affordable fee. This video will help you to understand the Single Phase Controlled Rectifier Dear viewer, if you have any doubt on this topic join our interactive session at our FB group to have a direct interaction with our faculties & clarify your doubts. Doubt solving facebook group - https://www.facebook.com/groups/gateconcepts Check out our web & facebook page for more details. 1. Web: www.gateacademy.co.in 2. Email: [email protected] 3. For any doubt join us :https://www.facebook.com/groups/gateconcepts 4. Like us: https://www.facebook.com/gateacademyofficial 5. Instagram - gate_academybhilai Do not Forget to watch the videos of below mentioned subjects : 1. Analog Electronics - https://goo.gl/UFxDKV 2. Engineering Mathematics - https://goo.gl/9rLYLq 3. Signal & System - https://goo.gl/rDfWjC 4. Communication System - https://goo.gl/rDfWjC 5. Analog Electronics | Live Classroom - https://goo.gl/gZUDdK 6. Electrical & Electronic Measurement - https://goo.gl/uZJhES 7. Control Systems - https://goo.gl/fsuwGV 8. Electromagnetic Theory (EMT) - https://goo.gl/ToVDgU 9. Digital Electronics - https://goo.gl/TUR8Fj 10.Network Theory - https://goo.gl/bcNKLB 11.Unfiltered Conversation - https://goo.gl/XziCfi
Views: 1809 GATE ACADEMY
Traffic Light Controller Designing with 8085
Mr. Shivam Chopra (EPH, 2018) is discussing how to design Traffic Light Controller using microprocessor 8085, LED's and other peripheral / modules. Enjoy!
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Designing Large-Scale Interactive Traffic Animations for Urban Modeling - Eurographics 2014
Designing and optimizing traffic behavior and animation is a challenging problem of interest to virtual environment content generation and to urban planning and design. While some traffic simulation methods have appeared in computer graphics, most related systems focus on the design of buildings, roads, or cities but without explicitly considering urban traffic. To our knowledge, our work provides the first interactive approach which enables a designer to specify a desired vehicular traffic behavior (e.g., road occupancy, travel time, emissions, etc.) and the system will automatically compute what realistic 3D urban model (e.g., an interconnected network of roads, parcels, and buildings) yields the specified behavior. Our system both altered and improved traffic behavior in novel procedurally-generated cities and in road networks of existing cities. Our urban models contain up to 360 km of roads, 300,000 vehicles, and typically cover four hours of simulated peak traffic time. The typical editing session time to "paint" a new traffic pattern and to compute the new/changed urban model is two to five minutes.
Hans Monderman: Rethinking the design of streets and public space.
An Urban Design London and Urban Design Group Lecture Hans Monderman has been one of the most significant influences on the current debate about the design of streets and spaces in the UK. A traffic engineer and road safety specialist from Northern Holland, he is celebrated as the pioneer of shared space as a means to influence speed and driver behaviour. Monderman has been the inspiration behind scores of towns and villages which work without road markings, traffic signs, signals, kerbs, barriers and bollards. ‘Most engineers, when faced with a problem, try to add something,’ he says. ‘My instinct has always been to take something away.’ Following a short introduction by Rob Cowan, Hans explains his approach, work and experiences. Copyright: Esther Kurland. Director. Urban Design London
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How NOT To Design An Intersection: Chaotic Intersections from Around the World
A look at three chaotic intersections from around the world: Meskel Square Ethiopia, India, and rush hour traffic in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. All three of these intersections are lacking traffic signals and signage. All three locations could use some traffic help from EHRA Engineering. EHRA Engineering offers many different services, but EHRA's traffic engineering department specializes in traffic signal design, traffic signal synchronization, traffic impact analyses (TIA), operations analyses, safety improvements, traffic studies, and traffic control. For More information: http://www.ehrainc.com/ https://www.facebook.com/EHRAengineering https://plus.google.com/111189106070432227422/ Music by: Kevin MacLeod Song Title: Amazing Plan Download link: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/mp3-royaltyfree/Amazing%20Plan.mp3 Available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license.
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Traffic Detector Video Training Course Part 1: Detector Theory 1993 Federal Highway Administratio
more at http://quickfound.net "Federal Highway Administration Video VH-584 Traffic Detector Video Training Course - Part 1 - Detector Theory This training course on traffic detectors provides an understanding of how detectors work and the best methods to install, maintain, and repair them. The course is divided into four parts: detector theory, applications and evolution; detector design; detector installation; and detector maintenance. The training course introduces pressure, push button, magnetic, magnetometer, inductive loop, radar, sonic, radio frequency, and light emission detectors, with emphasis on loop detectors; for application at isolated intersections, in arterial or open network systems, in closed network systems, for area-wide system control, for preemption and priority vehicle control and pedestrian signal control; and in conjunction with pretimed, semi-actuated, fully-actuated and volume density controlled signal timing plans." Public domain film from the US National Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Induction_loop#Vehicle_detection An induction or inductive loop is an electromagnetic communication or detection system which uses a moving magnet to induce an electric current in a nearby wire. Induction loops are used for transmission and reception of communication signals, or for detection of metal objects in metal detectors or vehicle presence indicators. A common modern use for induction loops is to provide hearing assistance to hearing-aid users... Vehicle detection loops, called inductive-loop traffic detectors, can detect vehicles passing or arriving at a certain point, for instance approaching a traffic light or in motorway traffic. An insulated, electrically conducting loop is installed in the pavement. The electronics unit transmits energy into the wire loops at frequencies between 10 kHz to 200 kHz, depending on the model. The inductive-loop system behaves as a tuned electrical circuit in which the loop wire and lead-in cable are the inductive elements. When a vehicle passes over the loop or is stopped within the loop, the vehicle induces eddy currents in the wire loops, which decrease their inductance. The decreased inductance actuates the electronics unit output relay or solid-state optically isolated output, which sends a pulse to the traffic signal controller signifying the passage or presence of a vehicle. Parking structures for automobiles may use inductive loops to track traffic (occupancy) in and out or may be used by access gates or ticketing systems to detect vehicles while others use Parking guidance and information systems. Railways may use an induction loop to detect the passage of trains past a given point, as an electronic treadle. The relatively crude nature of the loop's structure means that only metal masses above a certain size are capable of triggering the relay. This is good in that the loop does not thus produce very many "false positive" triggers (say, for example, by a pedestrian crossing the loop with a pocket full of loose metal change) but it sometimes also means that bicycles, scooters, and motorcycles stopped at such intersections may never be detected by them (and therefore risk being ignored by the switch/signal). Most loops can be manually adjusted to consistently detect the presence of scooters and motorcycles at the least...
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Can Tunçbilek - Designing Traffic Intersection and Pedestrian Crossing
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Making traffic light on labview
Labview traffic light make a traffic light by labview عمل اشارة مرور باستخدام برنامج اللاب فيو تعليم لاب فيو
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Key LED Design Factors Indoor and Outdoor Signs
This presentation focuses on the key LED design factors involved in designing indoor and outdoor full color signs commonly used in entertainment and media signage and mono color signs typically used in traffic signs and transportation.
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The Process (a.k.a. Designing The Stop Sign Video) - ORIGINAL
What if there were no stop signs, and a major corporation was charged with inventing one? They'd brief their agency and let them do it. Sorta. Welcome to corporate creativity, where groupthink and endless revisions help good ideas get executed.
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What is TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING? What does TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING mean? TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING meaning - TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING definition - TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Transportation engineering or transport engineering is the application of technology and scientific principles to the planning, functional design, operation and management of facilities for any mode of transportation in order to provide for the safe, efficient, rapid, comfortable, convenient, economical, and environmentally compatible movement of people and goods (transport). It is a sub-discipline of civil engineering and of industrial engineering. Transportation engineering is a major component of the civil engineering and mechanical engineering disciplines, according to specialisation of academic courses and main competences of the involved territory. The importance of transportation engineering within the civil and industrial engineering profession can be judged by the number of divisions in ASCE (American Society of Civil Engineers) that are directly related to transportation. There are six such divisions (Aerospace; Air Transportation; Highway; Pipeline; Waterway, Port, Coastal and Ocean; and Urban Transportation) representing one-third of the total 18 technical divisions within the ASCE (1987). The planning aspects of transportation engineering relate to elements of urban planning, and involve technical forecasting decisions and political factors. Technical forecasting of passenger travel usually involves an urban transportation planning model, requiring the estimation of trip generation (how many trips for what purpose), trip distribution (destination choice, where is the traveler going), mode choice (what mode is being taken), and route assignment (which streets or routes are being used). More sophisticated forecasting can include other aspects of traveler decisions, including auto ownership, trip chaining (the decision to link individual trips together in a tour) and the choice of residential or business location (known as land use forecasting). Passenger trips are the focus of transportation engineering because they often represent the peak of demand on any transportation system. A review of descriptions of the scope of various committees indicates that while facility planning and design continue to be the core of the transportation engineering field, such areas as operations planning, logistics, network analysis, financing, and policy analysis are also important to civil engineers, particularly to those working in highway and urban transportation. The National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES) list online the safety protocols, geometric design requirements, and signal timing. Transportation engineering, as practiced by civil engineers, primarily involves planning, design, construction, maintenance, and operation of transportation facilities. The facilities support air, highway, railroad, pipeline, water, and even space transportation. The design aspects of transportation engineering include the sizing of transportation facilities (how many lanes or how much capacity the facility has), determining the materials and thickness used in pavement designing the geometry (vertical and horizontal alignment) of the roadway (or track). Before any planning occurs the Engineer must take what is known as an inventory of the area or if it is appropriate, the previous system in place. This inventory or database must include information on (1)population, (2)land use, (3)economic activity, (4)transportation facilities and services, (5)travel patterns and volumes, (6)laws and ordinances, (7)regional financial resources, (8)community values and expectations. These inventories help the engineer create business models to complete accurate forecasts of the future conditions of the systemReview. Operations and management involve traffic engineering, so that vehicles move smoothly on the road or track. Older techniques include signs, signals, markings, and tolling. Newer technologies involve intelligent transportation systems, including advanced traveler information systems (such as variable message signs), advanced traffic control systems (such as ramp meters), and vehicle infrastructure integration. Human factors are an aspect of transportation engineering, particularly concerning driver-vehicle interface and user interface of road signs, signals, and markings.
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Airport Aprons Explained
This video looks at and explains the most common airport apron markings that you will see, aimed at helping new pilots and flight simmers improve their understanding of an airport. Runway Markings: https://youtu.be/lzx5j1C984M Runway Lighting: https://youtu.be/2lMxSdFkYzo Taxiway Markings: https://youtu.be/7wbLG4lnyMM I have a Patreon page so if this video was valuable and you would like to support me to give me the opportunity to continue making videos like this, you can check out my Patreon at this link... https://patreon.com/doofer911 Copyright © 2016 - Doofer911 - All Rights Reserved. DISCLAIMER: While this video is intended for educational purposes, I must stress that I am not a professional pilot or instructor and I am not certified in any way with regards to aviation or education. Every subject I talk about is based on my personal study and understanding. Therefore the information I give may be incorrect or inaccurate and should NOT be used as a reference for real world flying.
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Detailed notes is available in http://zenmurali.blogspot.in ILLUMINATION ENGINEERING - PART – 15 – ROAD AND STREET LIGHTING ROAD A general term denoting any public way for purposes of vehicular traffic. TYPES OF ROAD 1. Ring road – A road an urban area enabling traffic to avoid going to urban centre. 2. Radial road – A road providing direct communication between the centre of an urban area and outer districts. 3. Collector Road – A link between the radial or ring roads and the local distribution access streets. 4. Trunk Road – A main route in the through communication system of a country. 5. Express Road – A road has no stopping and parking areas. 6. All-purpose Road – Road usable by all traffic including pedestrians and cyclists. Used for to distinguish other roads from motor ways. STREET, ALLEY, AVENUE AND BOULEVARD ALL REFER TO PUBLIC WAYS OR ROADS IN MUNICIPAL AREAS. STREET is a round which has become partly or wholly defined by buildings along one or both. [OR] A STREET is a road in a village, town, or city, especially a road lined with buildings. ALLEY is a narrow street or foot way, especially at the rear of or between rows of buildings or lots. AVENUE is properly a prominent street, often one bordered by fine residences and impressive buildings, or with a row of trees on each side. (iii) A BOULEVARD is a beautiful, broad street, lined with rows of stately trees, especially used as a promenade (a public area set aside as a pedestrian walk). TYPES OF STREET RESIDENTIAL STREET Street with the majority of frontages comprising private houses. SHOPPING STREET Street with frontage comprising a high proportion of shops or other premises which may be lit at night and with heavy pedestrian. COMMERCIAL STREET Street with frontage comprising a high proportion of commercial high proportion of commercial premises usually unlit at night and with a high proportion of heavy goods vehicles in the traffic stream. WAY A line leading to a place or point TYPES OF WAYS 1. HIGH WAY – A way for the passage of vehicular traffic over which such traffic way may lawfully pass. 2. CARRIAGE WAY – That portion of high way intended primarily for vehicular traffic. 3. DUAL CARRIAGE WAY – A layout of the separated carriage ways, each reserved for traffic in one direction only. 4. FOOT WAY – The portion of a road reserved exclusively for pedestrians. STREET LIGHTING Street lighting is intended to create an environment at nighttime in which people can see comfortably and can quickly and accurately identify objects on traveled roadways. Street lighting can improve, safeguard, facilitate, and encourage vehicular and pedestrian traffic. OBJECTIVES OF STREET LIGHTING 1. Good outdoor lighting can create and encourage a pedestrian friendly environment, which is especially beneficial to neighborhood business districts. 2. Pedestrian lighting improves walkway illumination for pedestrian traffic and enhances community safety and business exposure. 3. Lighting for pedestrians is especially important along Main Streets, Mixed Use Streets and Local Connectors, and in other locations where the land use supports large volumes of pedestrians and vehicles. AVERAGE RECOMMENDED ILLUMINANCE Outdoor average sunlight ranges from 32 000 to 100 000 lux Warehouse aisles (a long narrow passage) are lit to approximately 100-200 lux A bright office requires about 400 lux of illumination At sunset and sunrise (with a clear sky), ambient outdoor light is also about 400 lux Building corridors can be lit adequately at around 100 lux Moonlight represents about 1 lux. TYPES LAMPS USED IN STREET LIGHTING 1. INCANDESCENT BULB A 100 W Incandescent bulb – for general task lighting applications: 1700 lumens output and its efficacy is 17 lumens/watt 2. FLUORESCENT LAMP A 40 W Fluorescent tube – for highly suitable for downtown areas and parking lots and office ceiling lighting - 1600 lumens output and its and its lamp efficacy is 50 lumens/watt 3. HIGH PRESSURE SODIUM LAMP A 150 W High pressure sodium bulb – for street/area lighting - 12000 lumens output and its efficacy is 80 lumens/watt 4. HALIDE LAMP A 400 W Metal Halide lamp - for high bay warehouse lighting: 38000 lumens output and its efficacy is 95 lumens/watt THE LIGHT OUTPUT RATIO OF A LIGHT FITTING This term is defined as the ratio of the total amount of light output of a light fitting (containing a lamp) to that of just the bare lamp. When the lamp is placed in a fitting losses of light will occur – this is because with most artificial light sources on the market light is radiated in all directions. LUMEN DEPRECIATION OF THE LIGHT SOURCE Lumen depreciation is a process of the gradual decline in light output that is observed from most light sources over time due to gradual filament or electrode deterioration and blackening of the lamp.
Learn Visual Basic 6.0 (VB6)- Road Traffic lights Animated system -Step by Step Tutorial
Learn Visual Basic 6.0(VB6)- Road Traffic lights Animated System Demonstration Using Timer and Shape Control -Step by Step-Complete as we know that how traffic lights works.. But in this video demonstration, following issues i.e *How will you design the Traffic light using Shape control. *How will you make the traffic lights functional using timer control. Link for Source Code:http://selfcomputerlearning.blogspot.com/2015/05/learn-visual-basic-60-vb6-road-traffic.html for more Visual Basic tutorials,please visit Youtube Channel:https://www.youtube.com/user/sandydehrian Computer Gyan Blog:http://selfcomputerlearning.blogspot.in/ Please like and comments:-)
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Traffic Signal Systems: Go for the Green
Traffic Signal Systems: Go for the Green - Federal Highway Administration - Video VH-476 - Demonstrates the need for planned and coordinated traffic signal systems and highlights current best practices. Part 1 is for public works officials, chief executives, citizen groups, and other decision makers showing the benefits of planned, coordinated traffic signal systems and showing the basic hardware and software used for good traffic control signalization & synchronization. Topics include timing plans, pre-timed and traffic actuated signals, coordinated systems, control centers and more. Part 2, the slightly more technical part, focuses on available hardware and software and is meant for the traffic engineers and technically oriented city and county decision makers.
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A Design Solution to an African Traffic Problem | Mwansa Ndemi Mbewe | TEDxLusaka
Lusaka, Zambia and Africa as a whole is at a point in its growth where we must find our own indigenous solutions to our problems. No longer can we just emulate because our path has taken on a direction that is different from all other continents. In this talk Mwansa Ndemi Mbewe goes over one such problem in Lusaka's traffic problem. He deals with a couple misconceptions as to a potential solution and explains why they can't work and what should be done instead. An underlying thread is how that design must be intelligent and we should not be relaxed and let issues get solved by accident. We need real thought and real solutions, indigenous solutions. https://zambiasmore.wordpress.com https://twitter.com/m6e5tr0 https://www.instagram.com/m6e5tro/ Mwansa Ndemi Mbewe was born in Lusaka, Zambia and studied at Cyprus International University for a degree in Architecture. Mwansa is a lover of design solutions that unravel problems faced by communities and he believes in the power of information to elevate society. Mwansa’s philosophies are shaped by the Christian worldview and the capitalist nature of the corporate world, but he determines that both need not conflict to affect lasting change in a society. He is the co-founder of Tarsus Information Hub, a company that bridges the information gap between consumers and suppliers and aims to boost market share and efficiency to both. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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Portable Traffic Signals with Terry Bradshaw
Horizon SIgnal Systems, the world's leading portable traffic signal system manufacturers sits down with Terry Bradshaw for the FOX Business News Segment
Views: 1844 HorizonSignalTech
Designing Intersections That Protect Cyclists and Other Commuters
See what process the city of Stockholm has undertaken to understand how intersection design affects the risk of accidents between cars and cyclists. Find our more: http://bit.ly/WSP-PB-transport-planning
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World-Class Manufacturer of Warning Systems and Traffic Products
http://elteccorp.com/ Electrotechnics Corporation is a leader in the design and manufacture of traffic warning signals and systems, both AC as well solar-powered (DC) systems. We manufacture a variety of products which includes time clocks & switches, school zone lights & beacons, network & IP time clock, hawk crosswalk, RRFB, vehicle warning system, solar traffic systems and more. With our extensive designing, manufacturing, and engineering expertise, we can create a variety of unique solutions in addition to our standard systems. 1310 Commerce Street, Marshall, TX 75672 Phone: 800-227-1734 Fax: (903)-938-1977 Email: [email protected] Website: http://elteccorp.com/
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Goals, Signals and Metrics | Key Business Metrics | Product Design | Udacity
Learn with Udacity and Google in our FREE Product Design course and check out the Tech Entrepreneur Nanodegree program! ►►► http://bit.ly/Tech-Entrepreneur-Nanodegree ◄◄◄ ----------------------------------------­--------------------------------------------------- Built in partnership with Google, this program mixes theory and practice to show students how to transform ideas into market-ready products. ----------------------------------------­--------------------------------------------------- Product Design: Validation and UX through Design Sprints ----------------------------------------­--------------------------------------------------- ►►► http://bit.ly/Product-Design-Course ◄◄◄ ----------------------------------------­--------------------------------------------------- ● What's in the course? There is nothing more powerful than an idea whose time has come. This course is designed to help you materialize your game-changing idea and transform it into a product that you can build a business around. Product Design blends theory and practice to teach you product validation, UI/UX practices, Google’s Design Sprint and the process for setting and tracking actionable metrics. ● Why take this course? Over the years, Silicon Valley startups have developed a series of frameworks and best practices for product design. Through startup case studies and interviews with industry experts, we want to bring you the best of Silicon Valley with lessons you can apply to influence the design of your mobile or web app. By the end of the course, you will know how to perform a Google Design Sprint (developed at Google Ventures and exclusively taught in this course) to design, prototype and test your ideas. You will also learn to design low fidelity mockups for your product and capture appropriate metrics. ----------------------------------------­---------------------------------------------------- Lesson 4: KEY BUSINESS METRICS ● What's in the lesson? You will learn to identify common metrics for websites and apps relating to traffic, customer satisfaction, and engagement. You will learn tools that can be used to monitor metrics and examples from startups on what metrics not to measure. At the end of the lesson, you will identify actionable metrics that will work best for your own product. ----------------------------------------­---------------------------------------------------- Tech Entrepreneur Nanodegree Our Tech Entrepreneur Nanodegree program teaches you the skills you need to create your own revenue-generating app, and build a successful business around it. You’ll learn to succeed the Silicon Valley way! ----------------------------------------­---------------------------------------------------- ►►► http://bit.ly/Tech-Entrepreneur-Nanodegree ◄◄◄ ----------------------------------------­---------------------------------------------------- Udacity | Google | Tech Entrepreneur | Tech Entrepreneur Nanodegree | Product Design | Validation and UX through Design Sprints | UX/UI Design
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State of our Traffic Signal Systems
A review of the state of India's traffic signal systems by CRI commentator Transport_Niti.
Views: 1009 TeamCRI
GridSmart Traffic Signal Actuation - animation
GridSmart is the next generation technology for stopbar and advanced detection and traffic data collection - 3D Omni-directional vehicle tracking. More functionality, less hardware.
Views: 1325 GridSmart®
Traffic Lights Toolkit - Tutorial Video 1: The TLT Template File
This video is part of the resources associated with the Traffic Lights Toolkit developed at Canterbury Christ Church University with the support of the HEFCE Higher Education Innovation Fund (HEIF) Catalyst Project. To download the template file discussed in this tutorial and find out more about this pedagogic toolkit, please visit the project website at: www.canterbury.ac.uk/TLT If you have any questions and would like to get in touch with a member of the project team, please contact: [email protected] Music created and provided by: http://www.purple-planet.com/
Designing streets for people
People share their experience of their street being redesigned for people, transforming it from a noisy, busy through road for traffic to a vibrant and multi-use place for people.
Views: 1659 Sustrans
4 way traffic light  with controller AURRORA
4 way crossing with controller AURRORA 3 Traffic light lighting RED , 1 traffic light lighting GREEN. The controller can light with 2 or 3 or 4 different traffic lights.
Traffic Lights Tutorial
Traffic Lights Tutorial using a Siemens S7-1200 using FBD, with a pedestrian crossing and switch.
Views: 234 Andrew East
What is the Design Criteria for Pedestrian Bridges?
Structural Engineer Sarah Patterson explains the design requirements for pedestrian bridges in about 90 seconds. www.dewberry.com Hello, my name is Sarah Patterson and I’m a structural engineer in the New York City office at Dewberry. I’m also a licensed professional engineer in the state of New York. Here at Dewberry we have vast experience in the design of pedestrian bridges. We recently completed the design of 31 spans for the Dulles Silver line phase two projects in Washington, D.C. When starting a design, the determining factor of a bridge is the location of the bridge. ASHTO defines a bridge as any structure having an opening not less than 20 feet that forms part of a highway or is located above or below a highway. This means that the pedestrian bridges spanning a highway, ASHTO is the required code. If this is not the case, IBC may be used. ASHTO refers designers to the LRFD guide specifications for the design of pedestrian bridges. This guide includes all loading requirements and limiting states. IBC refers designers to ASCE, AISC, or ACI. Some differences in the code requirements are the live load. ASHTO requires 90 pounds per square foot, while IBC requires 100 pounds per square foot. For wind load requirements, the LRFD guide refers designers to the standard specification for structural supports for highway signs, luminaires, and traffic signals, or ASHTO signs, while IBC references ASCE. ASHTO also has additional requirements for fatigue loading and vibrations. Load combinations vary between the codes. IBC and ASHTO both have their own strength and service design combo while ASHTO has additional combo for extreme event and fatigue. I hope this information has been helpful, thank you.
Views: 1204 Dewberry
Designing The All-New Porsche Cayenne 2018
Sporty and precise with a clear design – new and yet familiar: The appearance of the Cayenne has been enhanced in the style that runs through the Porsche Design DNA. The enlarged air intakes at the front are clear indicators of the increased performance. The new horizontal light edges mean that the SUV now appears wider and more athletic, even when stationary. With an exterior length increased by 63 millimetres without any change to the wheelbase (2,895 millimetres) and a roof height reduced by nine millimetres compared with its predecessor, the elegant, streamlined impression of the Cayenne, which is 4,918 millimetres long and 1,983 millimetres wide (excluding mirrors), has been noticeably enhanced. The luggage compartment volume is now 770 litres – an increase of 100 litres. The wheels are one inch larger in diameter, with wider tyres on the rear axle for the first time, emphasising the enhanced driving dynamics. The distinctive, three-dimensional Porsche logo spans the redesigned rear lights with three-dimensional light design and end-to-end narrow strip of LEDs. Porsche is offering a new three-stage lighting concept for the headlights: Every Cayenne is fitted with LED headlights as standard. In the next upgrade, the Porsche Dynamic Light System (PDLS) can be selected as an option, offering a variety of light modes such as cornering light and motorway light. The new LED main headlights with matrix beam including PDLS Plus are the best system available. Fully variable light distribution and intensity are enabled by 84 individually activated light-emitting diodes. This means that the Cayenne can offer new functions such as high beam that does not glare opposing traffic, as well as adaptive sign glare control. Thanks for watching! --------- Hope you enjoy this video and leave your comment bellow. To stay up to date with alot of new Video SUBSCRIBE my channel: https://goo.gl/xgWsDE --------- Car Comparison with all car infomation: https://goo.gl/Qf5D8h BMW series Information: https://goo.gl/hXWoM6 Mercedes series Information: https://goo.gl/fJUwMT Audi series Information: https://goo.gl/sWTVs8 Thanks Again! :)
Views: 258 AirCar
http://g-l-a-d.com/ TRAFFIC REALITY 101: How many times have you sat at a traffic light waiting for it to change to green while no cars are going in any direction? Too many times to count ! At G.L.A.D., through our consent study of different Traffic Intersections calculated at different times of day we are designing an electronic device to eliminate this major problem. G.L.A.D. exists as a Model for saving gas & time by significantly changing our driving habits with "in-car" electronic intervention. Simple in design, but complex in implementation. G.L.A.D. - Green Light Ahead Detector Facts: On average, a normal commuter spends more than 40 minutes a day Going To & From Work. Much of this time is spent waiting at traffic lights... MOST Drivers have had the experience of waiting & waiting for a signal to change to green while nobody is moving in the opposite direction.
Views: 156 Tony Nickoloff
Futuristic straddling bus allows cars running underneath
Tired of traffic jams and tail gas? The design of electric "straddling buses" lets cars drive underneath them, and can help reduce air pollution. Also known as land airbus, the new invention is less costly than subway systems.
Views: 1527182 New China TV
Junction design the Dutch - cycle friendly - way
The Dutch build cycle paths right on their junctions. So they must have wider streets, right? Wrong! This video shows how it is done, no extra space needed. More info: http://bicycledutch.wordpress.com/2011/04/07/state-of-the-art-bikeway-design-or-is-it/ And see part 2 of this video too: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5HDN9fUlqU8 A real example of this intersection design is shown in this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TemAwgUrWJc
Views: 487904 BicycleDutch
How to Design Messages for LED Signs
There is no more powerful, cost-effective tool for communicating to the potential customers that are driving in front of your business. Use your sign to encourage action 24-hours a day. When it comes to message design, it’s OK to experiment with different fonts, colors, animations and images. We make it easy for your content to look professional by providing over 1000 free still and animated pieces of artwork. Our EasyArt library gives you messages for nearly every occasion, and provides background animations so you can create customized content. New artwork is created each month, and it's all free to Watchfire customers. EasyArt gives you access to professional LED sign content that can help support your message and keep text concise and easy-to-read. Preview each message on your computer and then take a look at new content on the sign. You may also find it helpful to drive by your business during the day and at night so you can see your messages the way passing traffic sees them.
Plastic road signs "Alpha Road Sign"
Unfortunately these signs are now discontinued at Tennants UK Tennants UK's Alpha Road sign is a truly innovative design in which one base can be fitted with interchangeable sign faces, thus reducing the necessary amount of stock carried in a vehicle saving you fuel, time and manpower. Replacement sign faces can be ordered rather than having to replace the whole sign. Manufactured in the UK using blow moulded HDPE, the Alpha sign is 100% recyclable and super strong. The Alpha sign is easy to handle and transport - 50 sign bodies can fit one standard pallet. For more information: Website - www.tennantsuk.com Email - [email protected] Phone - 0115 973 8088
Views: 493 Tennants Nottingham
How to Design Streets for Everyone!  By Traffic Mike.
We are thrilled to welcome Michael Hendrix, "Traffic Mike," at our Thursday April 3rd Seattle Neighborhood Greenways Meetup, held at the Capitol Hill Library. Mike Hendrix has been working on designing neighborhood greenways and other bike facilities for over 10 years. Some of the work Mike has worked on has been sidewalk design and construction throughout Seattle including the 30th Ave NE sidewalk in the U District which, in addition to helping pedestrians get around, also reduced vehicle speeds by 4 mph. Mike was in charge of SDOT's neighborhood traffic section for a bit and brought speed humps to 42nd Ave NE and chicanes to NE 143rd St. Also, Mike has just finished a study on two signals that SDOT has installed for a proposed greenway along Fremont Ave N. He will share his results with us before presenting this to the Institute of Transportation Engineers District 6 Annual Meeting. Mike is a registered Professional Engineer in both Washington State and Arizona and a certified Professional Traffic Operations Engineer. He has been on committees for pedestrian safety including school zones and crosswalks for the Institute of Transportation Engineers. He has also conducted research on bike facilities, some of which will be included in the NACTO Urban Bikeway Design Guide's new chapter on Neighborhood Greenways.
Views: 438 SerendipitySeeker
Brighton Blvd. Flyover Final Video
Visit our website at www.denvergov.org/NDCC for more information. The Brighton Boulevard Redevelopment Project will design and construct critical public infrastructure on Brighton Boulevard from 29th St. to 44th St. The team has finalized the street design and numerous streetscape elements with the intent to begin construction in early 2016. Among key elements that will be constructed are sidewalks, curb/gutter, a signalized pedestrian crossing, a protected cycle track, street lighting, landscaping, water quality and drainage facilities, on-street parking areas, traffic signals, and more. The design shown in this video includes potential elements funded by the City and County of Denver, the RiNo GID and the RiNo BID. This project is one of six North Denver Cornerstone Collaborative Projects.
Finite State Machines explained
An explanation of what is a finite state machine with two examples and the difference between Moore and Mealy machines.
Views: 294915 Abelardo Pardo
EEVacademy #7 - Designing Combinatorial Digital Logic Circuits
How do you convert a logic truth table into a digital logic circuit? Dave shows you how with the Sum Of Products method. Forum: http://www.eevblog.com/forum/blog/eevacademy-7-designing-combinatorial-digital-logic-circuits/ EEVblog Main Web Site: http://www.eevblog.com The 2nd EEVblog Channel: http://www.youtube.com/EEVblog2 Support the EEVblog through Patreon! http://www.patreon.com/eevblog Donate With Bitcoin & Other Crypto Currencies! https://www.eevblog.com/crypto-currency/ EEVblog Amazon Store (Dave gets a cut): http://astore.amazon.com/eevblogstore-20 T-Shirts: http://teespring.com/stores/eevblog
Views: 17989 EEVblog
Mobile World Congress: Designing in Sensor Fusion Using Cadence Tensilica DSPs
Kurt Weber, Director of Sales for Hillcrest Labs, demos a sensor fusion solution using Cadence Tensilica DSP technology at Mobile World Congress 2015 demonstrating. He is interviewed by Cadence Editor-in-Chief Brian Fuller.
Graphical User Interface for Designing Elevator Traffic Systems
This GUI was designed by the final year Mechatronics Engineering Students Enas Al-Osta, Noor Abu-Homos and Yazan Suhweil as part of their final year graduation project supervised by Professor Lutfi Al-Sharif at The University of Jordan.
Kaledawit Digital Traffic System
My successful invention assembled and read to install one place at Bahir Dar. Now my dream becomes true after a half of my entire life .Fully Digital electronics from concept, designing, assembling and programing @ my workshop.
Future Commuters - Designing for self-driving cars | RMIT University
Self-driving cars are no longer the stuff of science fiction but how will future commuters cope when they’re stuck in traffic without even driving to distract them? A new in-car entertainment system called AutoPlay and developed at RMIT University could be the answer, making self-driving traffic jams more fun as well as boosting future commuters’ physical and mental health. Sponsored by Audi Electronics Venture GmbH, AutoPlay has been developed by PhD researcher Sven Krome under supervision of Professor Steffen Walz (now at Curtin University) and Associate Professor Stefan Greuter.
Views: 688 RMIT University
Stop Light
Stop light built using a simulator. J/K flip flops do all the work here.
Views: 152 Alan Watkins
Regenlicht - A demonstration of the possibilities for creative designing with EL material
Regenlicht - a drop of light Promotional video for the demonstrator made for the masters thesis:"Designing with transparent lighting: A Do-It-Yourself approach" video edited by Wiersma Brothers
Views: 556 Baneaneman