Intelligent Transportation Solutions have arrived at the optimum time as the perfect measure to balance budgets and help clear congested roads. A road operator needs a system that they can trust to provide real-time current road condition data from the harsh environment of their vast road networks. To meet that demand, Moxa has a demonstrated deep background in providing ultra-reliable and truly rugged networking devices that can effectively deliver the data to intelligently manage today’s traffic needs.
Flexibility Comprehensive robust converged automation solutions to meet any requirement
Safety Industrial certification approval and rugged IP surveillance solutions
Driving Efficient Traffic Today
About MoxaMoxa is a leading manufacturer of industrial networking, computing, and automation solutions. With over 25 years of industry experience, Moxa has connected more than 30 million devices worldwide and has a distribution and service network in more than 70 countries. Moxa delivers lasting business value by empowering industry with reliable networks and sincere service for automation systems.
• Industrial Ethernet Solutions
• Industrial Computing Solutions
• Serial Connectivity Solutions
• IP Surveillance Solutions
• Remote Automation Solutions
Intelligent Transportation Systems Solution Overviewwww.moxa.com/ITS
Video monitoring of tunnels, bridges, intersections, and highways is essential for both traffic management and vehicle safety. Moreover, for public transportation users such as bus passengers, video monitoring and recording of bus interiors and bus stops not only provides safety but security as well. For maximum safety, sensors such as fire alarms, cabinet door contacts, and environmental monitoring units need to provide real-time feedback to the control center. In addition, the managed switches used in the ITS network need to be secure against criminal hackers. Moxa’s IP cameras, video servers, and NVRs are tough enough and advanced enough to capture and deliver detailed video and images, and Moxa’s Ethernet remote I/O units can actively notify a control center of real-time alarms. Our latest switch firmware provides both RADIUS and TACACS+ secure access authentication, and supports 802.1X to protect against port intrusion.
Industrial Wireless AP/Bridge/Clients
Industrial Cellular IP Gateways
Comprehensive Coverage of Industrial Networking Solutions
Since road networks cover great distances, the network system that supports the aggregation and backhaul of the road data needs to be highly reliable. Network devices that are rugged enough for harsh environmental conditions must also be able to recover from any network failure so that controller personnel and drivers are both guaranteed to receive the critical information they need. Devices used on the network need to have the longest MTBF possible, not only for maintaining communication integrity, but also as a cost-effective measure against the long distances that give rise to high maintenance costs. Moxa has a long history of producing truly rugged devices, and the solid 5-year warranty that covers most Moxa products reflects their quality and rugged nature. Moxa’s unique and flexible redundant technologies, such as Turbo Ring and Turbo Chain, result in network recoveries of less than 20 ms so that critical data always arrives when needed. And to keep network switches operating even through power failures, Moxa switches are equipped with dual power inputs to provide power redundancy.
At the heart of every country are the roads, tunnels, and bridges used to
move vehicles of all kinds from one side of the country to the other, and a
common issue faced by governments around the world is how to optimize
road utilization to provide safe, efficient, and green transportation, all
while keeping within whatever meager budget was earmarked for the
purpose. “Intelligent Transportation Solutions,” the common denominator
that makes it happen, involves providing current road condition data
in real time, and since much of the hardware involved is required to
operate in harsh environmental conditions, highway engineers are faced
with the problem of finding reliable, industrial-grade products that are
also affordable. To meet this demand, Moxa has developed an expertise
at providing ultra-reliable, truly rugged networking devices that can
effectively deliver the data used to intelligently manage today’s traffic
Eliminate Unnecessary Congestion with Road Condition Data Delivered Dependably and on Time
Industrial Ethernet Industrial Wireless
Serial-to-Ethernet Device Servers
RTU Controllers andRemote I/Os
Embedded Computers Industrial HD IP Cameras
The variable message signs located throughout a road system get their data from an intelligent road control system, and city traffic signals and highway metering signals also need to be intelligently operated. The control systems are served by vast networks that collect data from the entire road system so that any decisions that are made take into account a complete traffic picture. Normal operation involves the transmission of high volumes of data, particularly from IP surveillance systems, and consequently the network transmission rate must be sufficiently high to prevent congestion of both vehicles on the road and data on the network. Moxa’s switch portfolio includes full Gigabit solutions with both fiber and copper so that network devices can be aggregated using either 10/100 FE or 1 Gigabit Ethernet onto full 10 Gigabit Ethernet. The high data rates of full Gigabit switch solutions allows data to arrive at wirespeed to avoid delays in delivering crucial data.
Road networks cover vast areas affected by environmental conditions that can be extremely harsh and changeable, and for this reason the large variety of devices integrated into an ITS must be extremely rugged to guarantee that the network is stable and reliable. Moxa provides a wealth of robust industrial products, including edge-to-core Ethernet switches, IP cameras, video servers, network video recorders, industrial wireless
devices, and intelligent remote I/O devices, all of which can be converged into a flexible and reliable unified solution to meet the rugged
demands of collecting and delivering data via an intelligent transportation system.
Serial Connectivity RTU Controllers Industrial Computing
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Industrial Ethernet Switches
Industrial DSL Extenders
Industrial VPN Secure Routers
Industrial Network Management Software
Ethernet Fieldbus Gateways
Intelligent Transportation Systems ATMSwww.moxa.com/ITS
Network Requirements Reliable, High Capacity Hierarchical IP NetworkAn ATMS needs a multi-layered network to interconnect the large number of monitoring nodes that deliver traffic and road condition data and signaling information to and from centralized controllers. Top layer full-Gigabit Ethernet switches can be used to aggregate multiple lower level 10/100 Fast Ethernet switches housed in wayside cabinets onto high capacity SDH or 10G links. The entire network needs to be resilient and redundant enough to ensure that data gets transmitted even when faced with network failures or unanticipated data bursts that exceed the network’s capacity. Furthermore, the entire network needs to be easily managed and serviced using a straightforward management platform that can be remotely operated from a central control location.
Real-Time Advanced Traffic Management SystemCentral controllers digest data from sensors monitoring current traffic and road conditions to operate variable message signs, roadway access controllers, traffic lights, and the dispatch of emergency vehicles. Advanced sensors that actively respond to pre-defined events can be used to update variable message signs in real time to warn drivers of accidents, treacherous weather conditions, and heavy traffic, resulting in safer driving conditions and more efficient and comfortable travel. Over-utilization of roadways can be prevented using controlled roadway access, which can also prevent the accidents that often accompany stop-and-go traffic. Dense city traffic, which can occur during daily rush hour or as a result of special events, can be monitored in real time to more efficiently alleviate the busiest roadways.
Today’s road operators are faced with many challenges. For example, better management of the often near capacity traffic levels on highways and city streets can improve safety and reduce travel times and greenhouse gas emissions. In addition, replacing low-bandwidth legacy copper ITS with high data rate real-time network backbones can reduce traffic accidents by providing control center managers with the critical road condition information they need to react quickly and decisively. Commuter, holiday, and event related traffic flows need the same timely management to prevent traffic jams, which can contribute to costly travel and delivery delays, and even cause dangerous accidents due to stationary vehicles, vehicles driving too close to each other, or the not-so-infrequent exasperated driver. Weather changes, road construction, maintenance, and other possible conditions need a responsive system that can warn drivers, or even close roadway access automatically to prevent dangerous situations from occurring.
Advanced Transportation Management Systems
Moxa Solutions • Complete range of edge-to-core industrial Ethernet solutions:
10/100M, 1G, and 10G copper/fiber• Reliable real-time redundant technologies: Turbo Ring and Turbo
Chain (recovery time < 20 ms), GuaranLink (wireless)• Software packages: open OS platform, IPSec encryption, Perl
Library, BlueZ for comprehensive VMS architecture suite• Versatile Ethernet or serial device connectivity over cellular
networks• Ruggedized to survive and operate in harsh, -40 to 75°C conditions• 720P HD IP cameras to provide the finest image details• Front-end intelligence I/Os reduce the loading of the networks and
Efficient Video Surveillance SystemTraffic engineers need access to a reliable video feed to see current traffic levels, road incidents, and weather hazards. The video stream should use optimal video compression for efficient transmission over high capacity Gigabit Ethernet networks, with features such as IGMP snooping and multicast filtering.
Reliable Control and Monitoring of City TrafficTraffic controllers used at city intersections need to be rugged and suitable for wide temperature environments to provide constant remote traffic flow information for automated traffic signal control. The devices must be cost-effective and be able to work with network cameras used to record traffic infractions. Device servers can be installed to provide serial-to-Ethernet connectivity for controllers so that they can interact with control centers over an intelligent network.
• Up to 52 SFP connections• Turbo Ring, Turbo Chain, and
RSTP/STP for Ethernet redundancy• Two isolated redundant power
supplies (110/220 VAC)• Fanless, 0 to 60°C operating
temperature• Hot-swap media modules for
SoftNVR-IA 64-Ch IP Surveillance Software
• Live view with H.264, MPEG4, and MJPEG, from VPort products
• Video recording and playback functions by event
• Built-in OPC server for easy communication with automation systems
MXview Industrial Network Management Software
• Automatic topology discovery and visualization
• Real-time event management and traffic monitoring
• Central management of configurations and firmware
• Easy integration with SCADA/HMI systems with OPC
EDR-G903 Industrial VPN Secure Router
• Firewall/NAT/VPN/Router all-in-one• High performance Gigabit copper/fiber
combo port• WAN redundancy function with 2 WAN
interfaces and 1 LAN interface• Firewall with Quick Automation Profile
for Fieldbus protocols• PacketGuard technology that supports
deep Modbus TCP packet inspection
IEX-402 Series Managed DSL Ethernet Extender
• G.SHDSL/VDSL2 standards• Up to 8 km distance/15.3Mbps
data rate (G.SHDSL); up to 3 km distance/100Mbps data rate (VDSL2)
• Auto CO/CPE negotiation for zero configuration
• LFP for quick failure recovery• Visualized web UI and LED indicators
IMC-21A SeriesIndustrial Ethernet-to-Fiber Media Converter
• Multi-mode or single-mode, with SC or ST fiber connector
• Link Fault Pass-Through (LFP) • -40 to 75°C operating temperature
range (T models) • DIP switches to select FDX/
Gigabit Fiber Optic Cable
Twisted Pair Cable
Voice-Grade Copper Wire
HD H.264 Rugged PoE IP Camera
Serial Device Server
Serial Device Server
Cellular Micro RTU
4 AIs, 8 DIOs, 2
HSPA High Speed IP
Variable Message System
Loop Signal Controller
Land Slide Detector
Rain Detector VPort 36-1MP
HD H.264 Rugged PoE
MXview Industrial Network
IP Surveillance Softwaree
NAT Secure Router
Alarm BuzzerTemperature Sensor
Layer 3 Industrial Core Switch
Modular Managed SwitchData Servers Surveillance Center
48G+4 10GbE-port Layer 3
Industrial Core SwitchRedundant 10GbE Network
(Recovery Time < 50 ms)
Traffic Control Sub-center
Gigabit Fiber Turbo Chain (Recovery Time < 50 ms)
Roadside Traffic Controller Box
ETC Surveillance System
Environmental Monitoring System
Information Collection System
Information Display System
Traffic Control Center
Operational Control Center
Traffic Signal Control
Intelligent Transportation Systems Tunnelswww.moxa.com/ITS
Network Requirements High Resiliency and ResponsivenessSince tunnel safety is top priority, an operator needs rugged network switches that can provide resiliency and redundancy, such as those using Turbo Ring redundancy with less than 20 ms recovery from faults. In addition, control centers need all tunnel sensor data to be delivered with a minimum delay so that action can be taken as quickly as possible as adverse tunnel conditions arise.
Centralized Traffic Gate ControlDepending on the length of the tunnel, gateways need to be deployed at tunnel entrances and predefined locations inside the tunnel. The gateway controllers need access to robust serial-to-Ethernet devices to provide connectivity to the tunnel control center to automatically or manually lower and raise traffic access gates for both safety and incident management.
Live Traffic Video MonitoringContinual monitoring of traffic within a tunnel requires visual information from CCTV cameras placed along the tunnel interior, and at the entrance and exit. Traffic density, accidents, and speeders need to be monitored and controlled to prevent safety issues from arising. The cameras employed need to be rugged, and sensitive to the darker conditions of the tunnel interior. A video encoder is often necessary to format the video stream to meet transmission and data acquisition requirements.
Intelligent transportation solutions for tunnels require an integrated and completely reliable solution. Not only do tunnels require management of vehicle traffic but also control of multiple infrastructure systems. For very long tunnels, this means an integrated system that can control ventilation, road and signage lighting, fire detection and alarms, redundant power systems, air quality measurements, water drainage systems, and emergency communications such as emergency telephones. To meet tunnel safety requirements an operator needs to both monitor and control traffic. The operator must be able to detect tunnel incidents immediately to minimize risk and to determine if vehicles must be prevented from entering danger zones, or to clear traffic from the tunnel as quickly as possible.
Moxa Solutions • Unique, reliable, and flexible Turbo Ring / Turbo Chain Ethernet
redundancy technologies with under 20 ms recovery time
• Flexible, stable, and ready-to-run computing platforms for multi-level open data transmission and easy third-party device integration
• Smarter and more efficient tunnel surveillance with IVA functionality for loitering and alert zone detection
• Daisy-chained I/O with active reporting
• Rugged design that can survive and operate in harsh, -40 to 75˚C conditions
Highly Reliable Alarm SystemThe atmosphere inside a tunnel must be continuously monitored, not only to raise alarms, but also to control the tunnel’s automatic ventilation system. In addition, although tunnel fires may be rare, when they do occur it should be possible to detect them immediately so that vehicles and passengers can be evacuated from the tunnel as quickly as possible. The devices used need reliable and uninterrupted access to the tunnel’s data communication system and a separate I/O control functionality should be provided to operate the devices remotely.
V2401 x86-Based Atom Embedded Computer
• eMark certified for vehicle applications• Dual independent displays
(VGA, DVI, or LVDS)• Various connection options:
4 RS-232/422/485 and 8 RS-232 serial ports, 2 Gigabit LAN ports, 6 USB ports, and 4 DIOs
• Flexible storage expansion
EDS-619 16+3G-Port Compact Modular Managed Switch
• Up to 3 Gigabit ports for Gigabit redundant ring and uplink and up to 19 fiber connections
• Hot-swap media modules for continuous operation
• Complete management and security features: Turbo Ring, Turbo Chain, Modbus/TCP, LLDP, QoS, VLAN, IGMP snooping, IEEE 802.1X, SSH, and more
• -40 to 75°C operating temperature range
UC-8410 RISC-Based Embedded Computer
• Customized flexible expansion for greater versatility
• 8 RS-232/422/485 serial ports; 4+4 DI/DO channels
• 16 MB NOR Flash onboard to store OS, 32 MB NAND Flash onboard for data storage
• -40 to 75°C operating temperature range
EDS-510A 7+3G-Port Gigabit Managed Switch
• 2 GE ports for a redundant ring and 1 GE port for uplink or ring coupling
• Gigabit fiber Turbo Ring and Turbo Chain (recovery time < 20 ms), and RSTP/STP
• Long-distance fiber transmission up to 120 km
• -40 to 75°C operating temperature range
NPort IA5000A2-port Industrial Serial Device Server
• Enhanced surge protection for serial, LAN, and power
• 2 kV isolation for serial signals • Rugged screw-type terminal blocks
for power and serial connectors • C1D2 and ATEX certified for harsh
industrial environments • Relay output or email alert
VPort 36-1MPHD H.264 Rugged PoE IP Box Camera
• World’s first wide temperature IP camera (-40 to 75°C)
• Built-in IVA function for more efficient surveillance (-IVA model)
• HD (1280x720) resolution to display the finest detail
Intelligent Transportation Systems E-Buswww.moxa.com/ITS
Network Requirements Shock and Vibration ResistantAll nodes in an intelligent E-Bus, including embedded controllers, switches, and I/O devices, must be able to withstand the constant vibration and occasional heavy shocks that inevitably occur. The nodes should be reliable enough to continue providing surveillance and data communication despite being continually exposed to mechanical stresses.
Rugged Embedded ComputersITS applications require self-contained embedded computers that can stand up to all types of harsh weather conditions. Despite being exposed to wide temperatures and wet humid conditions, the computers need to provide constant control of the surveillance nodes and continual output for information display panels.
Reliable Mobile ConnectivityProviding network communication to and from moving intelligent E-Buses and multiple remote bus stops requires mobile connectivity. Cellular IP gateways need to provide reliable connectivity and be tough enough to withstand the rough environment of both buses and bus stops.
Adoption of intelligent bus transportation systems and networks provides multiple benefits for both the operator and passengers. Employing an intelligent E-Bus solution allows an operator to increase bus capacity and route efficiency. In addition, with the additional passengers that E-Bus routes attract, an operator can expect increased passenger revenue. Passengers are attracted to riding E-Buses for multiple reasons, and one of the most important is a feeling they can control their own journey. An intelligent E-Bus solution can provide passengers with bus arrival time information using electronic signs at bus stops, smart phones, web pages, and even automated telephone information systems. Using these systems, passengers can optimize their time and depending on the local climate, they can avoid being exposed to uncomfortable weather conditions. While onboard, passengers utilizing the automated bus stop notification displays can easily arrive at their destination even if it is their first time in the destination area. Another important intelligent E-Bus attraction for passengers is safety. Central monitoring of both the bus and bus driver improves safety by providing real-time incident reporting and management. Connectivity with an ATMS solution means the driver can be updated with the latest road information and traffic lights can be optimized to allow the bus to remain on schedule. As an added benefit, to attract even more passengers, WiFi can be deployed on an intelligent E-Bus so that passengers can enjoy productive connectivity during their transit. Most importantly, efficient bus utilization and added bus passengers means fewer vehicles on the road, and reduced road congestion and greenhouse emissions.
Moxa Solutions • Rugged design with vibration-resistant M12 Ethernet connectors
• Moxa’s industrial computers support MIRF (Moxa Intelligent Routing Framework) WAN management software AP for seamless wireless service
• Reliable moving vehicle anti-vibration NVRs with cost-effective hot-replaceable SSD or HDD hard disks
• Cellular connections with dependable GuaranLink technology
• Versatile Ethernet or serial device connectivity over cellular networks
Integrating ATMS with Dispatch Systems, and Information Distribution SystemsThe data produced by the surveillance and data communications equipment onboard an E-Bus must be compatible with the existing ATMS and bus dispatch systems so the systems can be integrated with the intelligent E-Bus solution. In addition, bus location data needs to be integrated with multiple information distribution systems to provide convenient passenger access.
V2101 x86-Based Atom Embedded Computer
• Intel Atom Z510PT 1.1 GHz processor, 400 MHz FSB
• Dual independent displays (VGA + LVDS)• -40 to 85°C operating temperature range• DDR2 SODIMM socket; supports DDR2
400/533 up to 2 GB
V2616 x86-Based Core 2 Duo Embedded Computer
• Intel Core 2 Duo high performance network video recorder for rolling stock applications
• EN 50155 certified for temperature ranges up to Class T1
• IEC 61373 certified for shock and vibration resistance
• One internal SATA II storage tray for 2.5” SSD or HDD
• Two removable storage trays for 2.5” SSDs or HDDs
V2401 x86-Based Atom Embedded Computer
• eMark certified for vehicle applications• Dual independent displays (VGA, DVI, or LVDS)• Various connection options:
4 RS-232/422/485 and 8 RS-232 serial ports, 2 Gigabit LAN ports, 6 USB ports, and 4 DIOs
• Flexible storage expansion
OnCell G3110-HSPAIndustrial Five-Band HSPA High Speed IP Gateways with VPN
• Five-band UMTS/HSPA 800/850/AWS/1900/2100 MHz
• Connect Ethernet/serial devices over an integrated VPN
• Centralized private IP management software
• Redundant DC power inputs and DIN-rail mounting
TN-5308-4PoE 8-Port M12/PoE Unmanaged Switch
• M12 connectors and IP40 metal housing
• 4 IEEE 802.3af compliant PoE and Ethernet combo ports
• Provides up to 15.4 watts at 48 VDC per PoE port
• EN 50155/50121-4 compliant• -40 to 75°C operating temperature
MxNVR-M04 4-Channel H.264/MJPEG Industrial Video Recorder
• Meets EN 61373 vibration criteria with a built-in 2.5-inch hard disk
• Anti-vibration design with M12 Ethernet/power connectors and DB9 audio/DI/DO connectors
• -40 to 75°C operating temperature range (works with SSD)
• OnVIF supported for standardization and interoperability
Centralized Traffic Control over Fiber Gigabit Ethernet
Tunnel Deploys Ethernet for Emergency Response System
Tramway Integrates Ticketing and Onboard Systems over Fiber Network
French Road Uses Gigabit Ethernet for GPS Toll Collection
System Introduction The third largest state-owned highway system in the United States is maintained by that state’s DOT (Department of Transportation). The DOT planned to centralize traffic control and monitoring of highways (including roads, bridges, and tunnels) across the state’s five central TMCs (traffic management centers). These TMCs serve as hubs for regional emergency response and incident management operations of traffic-related events. TMC operators will have access to real-time traffic information from DOT personnel, state police, emergency response agencies, cameras, sensors, and other tools to ensure traveler safety by notifying drivers of traffic conditions and emergency events via VMS (variable message sign) broadcasts and other public media.
Network Requirements • Gigabit network backbone for large volumes of video data• NEMA TS2 compliance for network components• Network redundancy with secure data encryption capability• Network traffic management for bandwidth efficiency
Why Moxa? • Reliable Gigabit data transmission with recovery time < 50 ms (@ 250 switches) • Secure connection for existing serial devices• NEMA TS2 certified and -40 to 75°C operating temperatures
System Introduction Taiwan’s Hsuehshan Tunnel, the fifth longest road tunnel in the world, comprises three independent tunnels (one pilot tunnel, one West-bound tunnel, and one East-bound tunnel) stretching 12.9 kilometers.
Any emergency occurring inside a tunnel of this length is a cause for concern, but fire-related incidents can be particularly disastrous. To help minimize injuries resulting from tunnel emergencies, a traffic control system consisting of two entry gates and two exit gates was deployed. The system works by lowering the appropriate gate(s) to divert traffic and prevent vehicles from entering dangerous areas during emergencies.
Network Requirements • Industrial-grade durability to withstand roadside conditions• Integration of serial-based PLCs onto the Ethernet network• Redundant network connectivity to ensure system functionality
Why Moxa? • RS-232/422/485 serial connectivity for remote control and monitoring• Easy configuration and real-time administration through a web interface• IGMP snooping and tag VLAN support for bandwidth management
System Introduction A major tramway linking northern and southern communities in a highly-populated region of France will stretch 14.5 km and have 31 stations. To ensure that this transportation development project can be completed under budget, the tramway network infrastructure must be highly cost-effective and perform with industrial reliability, particularly since France has more than 20 tram networks country-wide.
Onboard passenger infotainment is delivered via audio speakers and display boards, and IP cameras are used to ensure smooth tramway operation. During maintenance, vehicles will connect with the depot via secure wireless access points, and for passenger convenience, tickets will be available at each tramway station through automated ticketing kiosks.
Network Requirements • Long-distance data transmission between ticketing kiosks• Redundant network connectivity to ensure system operations• Industrial-grade durability to withstand onboard shock and vibration• Cost-effective solution
Why Moxa? • Turbo Ring and Turbo Chain technologies for Gigabit recovery time < 50 ms
(@ 250 switches)• Complete edge-to-core solutions for high interoperability • EN 50155 certification for onboard applications
System Introduction Transportation authorities in France have instituted an environmental tax for all HGVs (heavy goods vehicles) traveling on a national highway network that stretches more than 1500 km. The HGV tax for each vehicle will be determined with onboard GPS devices, and toll enforcement will be performed by a system of sensors and cameras used to capture the license plates of HGVs not in compliance with the new tax program. The system will be used to count vehicles, and can even use contour mapping to identify vehicle types. When a violation is detected, the system will send the license plate image back to the control room to be processed for payment collection.
Network Requirements • Gigabit fiber network backbone to transmit large volumes of data back to the
main control center• Wide-temperature tolerance for outdoor operation• Rugged and compact design for installation in roadside cabinets
Why Moxa? • Gigabit Ethernet for massive video and data transmissions• Fiber interface for long distance transmission• All Moxa products are available in wide temperature (-40 to 75°C) models,
Enhanced Highway Traffic Efficiency with Video Surveillance System
System Introduction To satisfy the increased transportation requirements resulting from India’s constantly expanding economy, the Indian government is building a Highway Traffic Management System (HTMS) for the extensive highway construction projects ongoing across the country. The HTMS requires video surveillance as one of the key inputs for efficient traffic control. The goal of this project is to ensure that the video surveillance systems can operate properly in remote regions and under harsh conditions, and that they can provide a video-over-IP solution.
Network Requirements • Wide operating temperature suitable for weather conditions on the Indian
subcontinent• Built-in fiber optic transmission interface for long-haul backbone networks• Cost-effective; the contract bid must be within the budgetary requirements• An SDK for integrating video into the traffic management system
Why Moxa? • Industry leading EOT (Extended Operating Temperature) from -40 to 75°C• Available in either single or multi mode fiber models to meet ITS
requirements • Easily integrated into virtually any management system using the complete
Moxa SDK/CGI package
System Introduction The “Safe City” program, launched nationwide in 2006, has triggered the installation of millions of surveillance cameras across China in over 600 cities. Surveillance systems are increasingly implementing high-definition IP cameras and many have also deployed PoE-based IP cameras to take advantage of simple deployment, cost-effectiveness, and easy maintenance.
These high-definition IP cameras will provide real-time traffic information via fiber transmission for traffic management teams at the central command center and assist government agencies with vehicle tracking when needed.
Network Requirements • Gigabit fiber network backbone for large volumes of video transmissions• Network redundancy with secure data encryption capability• Intelligent network management software to monitor all network nodes• Wide-temperature tolerance for outdoor operation• Rugged and compact design for installation in roadside cabinets
Why Moxa? • Redundant Gigabit Turbo Ring technology for fast recovery time < 50 ms
(@ 250 switches)• Moxa’s MXview industrial network management software can monitors up
to 2,000 network nodes• All Moxa products are available in -40 to 75°C operating temperature
System Introduction A transportation company in Hawaii serves thousands of travelers each day across over 100 routes with 50 bus vehicles. The administration wanted to implement an intelligent surveillance system able to provide standard video recordings (300 dpi) during normal operating conditions but also able to capture high-definition (720 dpi) video footage. The enhanced recording of the event will be stored on the bus until it can be extracted via a wireless connection when the vehicle returns to the depot. The file size for 20 minutes of 720 dpi video is approximately 200 MB.
Network Requirements • Substantial bandwidth will be required to upload high-definition video via a
wireless connection to the depot command center• Wireless access points will need to withstand against humidity, constant
downpour and the rusting effects caused by the salty sea water
Why Moxa? • IEEE 802.11n transmission with MIMO capabilities provides data rates of up
to 300 Mbps to provide efficient transfer of 720dpi video footage from the bus to the control center
• IP68 rated (AWK-4131 only) for outdoor protection against severe rain, and corrosion-resistant connectors against the salty precipitation to reduce maintenance efforts
VPort 351-M-SC-T 1-Channel MJPEG/MPEG4 Video Encoder
System Introduction The A2 motorway in the Lucerne area between Reussegg and Grosshof is undergoing complete reconstruction, and is expected to be completed in 2013. A high priority has been placed on ensuring that the roads and tunnels meet today’s technology standards, with particular emphasis on noise protection, environmental protection, and traffic control and monitoring. Two essential requirements are the ability to monitor traffic speed and control traffic lights remotely, and wireless technology will be used to reduce wiring costs and simplify implementation.
Network Requirements • Must support cellular communications• Serial interface to connect speed radar detector• Digital output for traffic light control• Must be able to work with either private or dynamic IPs• Easy to integrate into WinCC SCADA
Why Moxa? • Bridge GPRS I/O and WinCC via free Moxa Active OPC Server• Active push technology reduces GPRS traffic• Set up your control logic quickly and easily with Moxa’s own Click&Go logic