|International Journal of Sensor Networks and Data Communications is one of the best journals in Traffic monitoring. The journal presents an education series providing updates relevant to information technology, as well as, an ongoing annotated research review of relevant papers published elsewhere thus making the journal a unique and even more valuable reference resource.
Wireless sensors have the potential to revolutionize trafï¬c surveillance technology or traffic monitoring because of its low cost and potential for large scale deployment. The system consists of two parts: a wireless sensor network and an access point. The wireless sensor network consists of a group of nodes, each comprising one or more sensors, a processor, a radio and a battery. In traffic monitoring, they generate trafï¬c information such as number of cars, speed and length of the vehicles, based on processing of the sensor data. The information is then sent to the access point over the radio. The trafï¬c management center collects the information from each access point to analyze trafï¬c conditions and take actions such as adjusting the trafï¬c light durations.
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