Traffic signs and signals -- United States -- Control systems -- Management, Electronic traffic controls -- Performance -- Measurement, Machine learning, Traffic flow
In the past decades, the demand for high-resolution event-based traffic signal indication and detector data has increased due to the need for the collection and reporting of performance measures. This paper will first lay a groundwork for why this type of data acquisition is important, followed by the introduction of a new low-cost, user-friendly, high-resolution traffic signal event-based recorder—TraSER, with integrated video. This paper describes TraSER’s structure, operating principles, and field applications. TraSER allows researchers to be able to collect high-resolution event-based controller data at signalized intersections easily and conveniently. The paper concludes with a discussion on future expansion of TraSER.
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Liu, C., Sharma, A., Smaglik, E., & Kothuri, S. (2016). TraSER: a traffic signal event-based recorder. SoftwareX, 5, 156-162.