Pump up the volume
New pedestrian detector with volumetric capability keeps city traffic moving
The future of highways monitoring
When watching the traffic is a close call
Life is a highway
A new partnership between AGD Systems in the UK, AGD Pty Australasia and Hyperion Technology – a leading integrator of innovative products, systems and services throughout Australia – is bringing the benefits of above-ground highways monitoring to Australia’s roads.
Getting more pedestrians across the line
With two major sporting venues generating crowds of varying sizes, Nottinghamshire County Council needed a way to dynamically adjust pedestrian green time on a significant crossing outside Trent Bridge cricket ground.
Getting it right
West Sussex County Council efficient stop-line detector
Safer Rural Rides
Protecting cyclists on Bedfordshire’s country lanes
A new approach to cycle detection
Newcastle City Council wanted to improve the efficiency of its signalised junctions by ensuring cyclists are accurately detected and ghost demands minimised.
Refurbishing a busy junction in the centre of Hastings
Cambridgeshire County Council wanted to improve the safety of its pedestrian crossings in areas of high demand and help ease cycle congestion at city centre junctions. Traffic signals consultancy Green Signals set up two…
Lighting the way with radar
When DHTS Smart Homes managed services needed a safety solution for the multi-level underground car park at one of its exclusive developments in the heart of London, director Dave Hewett turned to AGD Systems for help.
Creative approach to partnership working in Brazil
An innovative partnership for local manufacture has seen AGD Systems break into the ITS market in Brazil. In 2014 AGD Systems identified an exciting opportunity to introduce its enforcement…
Overhead solution delivers bus priority in Cardiff
Cardiff City Council wanted a better way to prioritise buses at a busy exit onto the Penarth Road. AGD’s 318 Traffic Control Radar provided the differentiation that was needed, without costly intrusive works…
Better bus priority in Leeds
Leeds City Council needed a way to differentiate between taxis and buses on the busy A65 main arterial route into the city, to ensure bus priority without undue disruption to traffic. AGD’s 318 Traffic Control Radar provided the ideal solution…
Above-ground detection – radar delivers MOVA solution
Independent traffic consultant Dan Preece specialises in adaptive control of signal controlled junctions, primarily using MOVA (Microprocessor Optimised Vehicle Actuation) solutions…
Solihull Council keeps traffic moving and pedestrians safe with new crossing technology
Solihull Council wanted to improve traffic flow and enhance safety on its pedestrian crossings. A larger pedestrian detection zone would help ensure optimal performance and a live video feed to its UTC centre would help the…
The future is loop-free
Staffordshire County Council wanted to improve the effectiveness of speed discrimination (SD) loops at a busy junction near a major technology park. The authority chose a non-intrusive solution, using the AGD 318 Traffic Control Radar…