Dynniq to showcase at JCT Symposium
We are excited to be attending and once again sponsoring the 26th annual JCT Traffic Signals Symposium as it returns in person to Nottingham Trent University from 15-16th September 2021.
On day one of the event, our Principle Software Engineer Nancy Bunyan is joined by City Of York Council’s James Guilliatt to present the latest developments in connected vehicles. City of York Council is the first in the UK to trial the public-facing Green Light Optimised Speed Advisory (GLOSA) capabilities at junctions on the outskirts of York City Centre.
Find out more about how CarFlow will help York improve their traffic flow by clicking on the video below:
On day two of the event, our ImCity Product Manager Simon Notley will be engaging the audience in a lively debate surrounding future of Urban Traffic Management Control Systems. The paper is motivated by two opposing arguments:
“The UTMC framework is an anachronistic relic based on technologies that are insecure, out-dated and largely unknown to anyone graduating as a software engineer in the last decade. By lazily specifying ‘UTMC compliant’ rather than providing proper functional specifications, buyers are shutting out modern, innovative products that would deliver better value.”
“The UTMC framework is a triumph of collaboration. It is a textbook example of how the government-led development of standards can lead to the creation of valuable products that would not have emerged otherwise. Technically it is without competition, by specifying the transport layer, data model and architecture it guarantees plug-and-play interoperability in a way that no ‘modern’ alternative can.”
Attend JCT 2021 to see who said these statements.