MVIS’ newly developed Bluetooth Journey Time system utilises Bluetooth and Wi-Fi information from passing traffic to calculate average journey times. These are then displayed on any number of MVIS’ variable message signs (VMS), to inform road users of any journey disruption, providing them with the opportunity to take an alternative route.
Developed to provide a quicker and more cost-effective solution to the traditional journey time solution, the Bluetooth detectors can be fitted on and run from the VMS’s solar/battery power supplies meaning that no additional plant is required. Primarily designed for short term deployment where traditional ANPR Journey Time Solutions were not viable due to the setup time. Bluetooth JT-enabled VMS can be deployed as easily as a standard VMS with the configuration carried out remotely, making it ideal for overnight diversion routes.
Alternatively, the system can be used for longer deployment where the provision of power is an issue.
Bluetooth Scanner Key Features
VMS-C Key Features
Overall length: 4050mm
Travel position: Width 1980mm, height 2680mm
Operating position: Width 2730mm, max height 4030mm
Coupling: 40mm towing eye / quick release, 50mm ball
Display Type: LED full matrix
Display Size: 2730mm x 1850mm
Communication: SMS, internet, satellite, web based, serial
Matrix: 48 x 28
Enclosure: Aluminium IP54 equivalent
Screen: Non-glare UV polycarbonate
Brightness Control: Automatic and manual
Display Lifting: Hydraulic lift system
Solar Panels: 2 x tilt and rotate 240w panels
Batteries: 3 x 12V deep cycle 200A
Solar Controller: Dual Victron MPPT
Operation on batteries / solar: Indefinite under recommended conditions