» Application requirements
a) Equip a stretch of road with a traffic management system that provides drivers with driving condition warnings, manages speed limits, provides tourists with travel time and route selection information suitable, automating weather conditions, traffic density, breakdowns, special occasions or disturbances based on maintenance work, Telegra can provide you with complete solutions from design to distribution system coordination and system operation
b) Retrofitting or upgrading existing highways with a complete system that includes all the above facilities but also addresses traffic harmonization, incident management, toll collection, operations and maintenance, transportation and fleet, information and asset management
c) Provide advanced management of your tunnel system including all traffic surveillance, life support (ventilation, air quality management), fire and hazard management systems incl. Sophisticated automated systems where all the subsystems operate in unison to prevent or in a best way manage even the most complex emergencies, special or scheduled operational situations highway management
d) Interface highway management, traffic harmonization, ramp metering, and arterial road system components with urban traffic management systems
e) Interface and integrate the urban traffic management system and unify the system's operations between the intercity and the urban traffic management system.
f) Integrating toll collection operations, ATMS and toll clearing organizations at a centralized level enables operators to use unified payment methods and provide travelers with a transparent service for the fact that such service is provided by operators and institutions
g) Organize multiple assets with their own operations centers into a regional, institutional or national center with information unification supporting all the different services and information management systems General details.
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» Proposed Solutions


  • LEVEL 1: Integration of subsystem elements
  • LEVEL 2: Integration of various intelligent traffic management subsystems (e.g. highways & tunnels)
  • LEVEL 3: Integrate systems from different ITS branches (e.g. inter-municipal, municipal, toll)
  • LEVEL 4: Design and implement a regional/national ITS system by implementing 2 core concepts:
  • Single system response: all systems operate and respond like there is only one system
  • Single workplace (Operator): all systems monitored and managed from one workplace

❶  LEVEL 1 Subsystems: highways and tunnels
Integrated highway elements


  • Variable message displays and signs.
  • Remote controll.
  • Surveillance cameras & AID.
  • Traffic counting and classification (loop, piezo and non-intrusive).
  •  Weather and pavement data collection station.
  • Roadside emergency phone.
  •  Infrastructure & network (transmission equipment).

Integrate elements of the tunnel
  • Display and variable message signs.
  • Remote controll.
  • CCTV & AID.
  • Count and classify traffic (loop, piezo and non-intrusive).
  • Station collects weather and road surface data.
  • Roadside emergency phone.
  • Infrastructure & network (transmission equipment).

❷ LEVEL 2 Integration of various intelligent traffic management subsystems: Highway and tunnel integration.

On a typical stretch of highway, there are often open sections of road as well as many features such as tunnels and bridges. In a typical solution, the traffic management systems and systems deployed in tunnels and on bridges are separated from the traffic management systems that manage open road sections and exchange only very limited information. restrictions such as road and tunnel closures, maintenance work, etc. the opposite approach - both the tunnel and the open ramp are managed from a single point, bringing many benefits to the operator:

• Avoid dividing unmanageable traffic into small segments, thus allowing synchronization between road segments and effective traffic harmonization / congestion prevention.
• Prevent different operators from making decisions and actions (which conflict with each other and lead to dangerous situations, especially in incident situations).
• Cost-effectiveness of integrated system solutions.

❸  Level 3 Integrating systems from diverse ITS sectors: Integrating traffic management and toll collection into a unified system

Tolling and advanced traffic management have traditionally been separate systems. Telegra's integrated approach through topXview TM once again exploits the synergy from connecting those systems into one integrated system. Fully utilize toll collection devices as input for advanced traffic management and at the same time reuse traffic management data to optimize toll collection operations to help reduce costs, intelligently predict traffic patterns wall

❹   LEVEL 4  Regional / National ITS System Design and Implementation: Fully Integrated ITS Setup

The complete integration of all segments of the ITS leads to the creation of an ITS that serves international/national/regional structures and provides full use of all installed subsystems, Collect/process national traffic flow data and harmonize traffic on a broad basis