D-GCC – green-time split calculation subsystem designed to control isolated intersections with rapid traffic load changes.
D-GCC application fields:
-          isolated traffic light controlled intersections;
-          traffic light controlled intersections with rapid traffic flow change;
-          intersections where fully-traffic-actuated algorithms are difficult to calibrate or need improvement.
-          intersections with high speed approaches.
D-GCC is designed to:
-          act as traffic responsive, self-optimizing signal control for isolated intersections (like known algorithm – MOVA);
-          increase traffic light controlled intersection adaptability to rapidly changing traffic loads;
-          calculate and split green-times proportionally to real traffic loads;
-          operate with ANY manufacturer’s traffic light controllers.
D-GCC main parameters:
-          number of “local cycle-times” for green-time split calculation:    up to 10;
-          evaluation period for green-time split calculation:                        2-30 minutes (recommended);
-          number of phases:                                                                            6 max;
-          phase minimum times:                                                                     yes, configurable;
-          inter-green times:                                                                             must be same like in controller;
-          number of detectors:                                                                       4 per phase, 24 max;
-          detector monitoring time:                                                               yes, configurable;
-          time per vehicle for green-time calculation:                                  yes, configurable;
-          historical phase times are recorded:                                              every 10 minutes.
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