DATEX, UTMC and RTPI 

SSL have supported HA in the introduction of DATEX as a means of traffic information dissemination from its earliest stages when we were involved in the initial CORBA implementation and OTAP.  

DATEX2 took over with a more friendly XML format and in 2007 SSL were part of the HA delivery team when Highways Agency won the CENTRICO award for best European Project.

Since then, SSL have provided services to the Highways Agency and Northern Ireland Road Services supporting their migration to DATEX2. We are able to publish UTMC data and Highways Agency Travel Information in this format.  We are also able to offer DATEX2 links direct to the outstation should it be required.

SSL's BlueTruth BlueTooth Journey Time and Queue Detection Instation publishes a DATEX2 Compliant Data Stream.

SSL are fully skilled in UTMC architecture and applications and can provide UTMC10 compliant solutions. Examples of applications which we have provided include a VMS Setting Adaptor which enables Councils to set Highways Agency Message Signs, SCOOT Loop Status Adaptor and Journey Time Adaptors.  SSL also provide UTMC Compliant devices including UTMC Sign Interfaces, UTMC Traffic Detectors, UTMC Journey Time Devices, UTMC CCTV feeds and UTMC Compliant BlueTooth (our BlueTruth System).

SSL provide Real Time Passenger Information Systems and are able to provide systems which work with a wide range of TFT, LED Bus Stop Displays as well as information sources including SIRI, TransXchange, RTIG and DAIP.   

SSL are able to publish both Static Timetable Data and Real Time Bus/Tram/Train arrival data to Google TRANSIT, the multimodal journey planning portal.

  

 

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