Monotch’s TLEX I2V platform was specially designed to connect roadside equipment to service providers, the automotive industry, road authorities, and ultimately the road users.
It has now expanded significantly and offers many new features.
Initial development versus current development
Initially, the platform was developed for connecting intersections and facilitating data exchange with traffic lights. In the new TLEX I2V version, it is now also possible to link to other roadside systems. For example, roadside systems such as traffic lights, matrix signs, text carts, and WIS cars are given a “type designation” in this new version. The properties, governance, and quality controls can now vary based on the type of roadside equipment. New roadside equipment directly identifiable on TLEX I2V includes matrix signs, text carts, or access barriers.
Differentiation per object and domain
Additionally, the limits, quality controls, and other properties are also differentiable per object and/or domain. This type of differentiation has also been implemented in the screens and reports for information such as variable names. This enables complete support & representation for other types of roadside equipment on the TLEX I2V platform.
Connecting all kinds of roadside equipment with, ultimately, the road users leads to many advantages for traffic flow and traffic safety on the Dutch road network and the safety and comfort of road users. The new dashboarding functionality was initially developed at the request of other European regions, but the new features are also available to Dutch customers.