Modularity of SmartPass smart crossing system

SmartPass has been designed so that a smart crossing can be placed on any kind of road. Depending on location, type of road, foot traffic, car traffic and other needs of road authorities, the system can be expanded to include properly adapted modules.

Detection module

Motion sensors detect a pedestrian in the crossing area and sustain the system as long as the pedestrian remains at the crossing. The detection module is responsible for activation of LED lights and sound module.

Central Unit with GSM

The central unit is an industrial computer which manages all SmartPass modules. It is responsible for communication between modules, control over particular modules, communication with the Portal and saving information.

LED light module

Synchronized horizontal and vertical pulsating lights emit light to the driver. They are activated automatically when a pedestrian approaches the smart crossing. This way the pedestrian is more visible at the crossing from a considerable distance.

Sound module

Sound module is an audio system integrated with motion sensors thanks to which SmartPass detects the pedestrian who approaches the smart crossing. Voice messages notify the pedestrian of precautions required and potential hazards.

Extra light module

Thanks to motion sensors, the smart active lighting system detects pedestrians approaching the crossing and lights up asynchronous LED luminaires to the maximum. This raises visibility of pedestrians at night.

Monitoring module

It is a set of cameras intended to video record the pedestrian crossing area and roadway where cars approach. The cameras allow recording potential traffic incidents and specifying circumstances of road accident precisely.

Anti-skid module

ASE system shortens the braking distance at the smart pedestrian crossing by 30% in unfavorable weather, such as rain, snow or frost. Its task is to support vehicle braking in case of emergency.

Radar module

The system is intended to measure speed of cars approaching the pedestrian crossing. Thanks to this, road authorities can check how many km/h are reduced when drivers can see light signals in SmartPass.

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