Download the white paperA new way of using ImCity to allow multiple users access to a common system enabling data sharing between localities making smarter ‘joined up’ strategies and economic sense.

Traditionally Local Authorities have their own ITS systems in place and driving across geographical boundaries often means that you drive from one area of  transport control to another with little or no direct co-ordination or sharing of information.

This lack of information or co-ordination at the city or county boundaries can lead to users not being directly aware of incidents or issues that will impact their journey until it is too late. For the end user there should be no noticeable difference in network efficiency between localities. To improve journey times and reduce environmental impacts of travel, journeys must move become ‘seamless’. 

Dynniq’s Multitenancy solution provides a linking together of a number of geographically neighbouring systems, enabling them to share data, and in some instances control of assets, in order to provide a more seamless experience for the road user.

The approach allows multiple clients to be on a common system with the connected assets and information being shared (based on agreed privileges between the clients). 
As an example this means a traffic strategy or a VMS sign in one client area could be monitored, influenced or even controlled by data or actions from an adjoining area. 

Examples of object Types:   

  • ANPR Links
  • Access Controls
  • Air Quality
  • CCTV
  • Car Parks
  • Transport Routes
  • Ramp Metering
  • Detectors
  • Journey Time
  • VMS 
  • Traffic Signals
  • Strategic Routes
  • R11 Display

Multitenancy provides all of the capabilities of a ‘local’ or ‘hosted’ solution but with the added benefits of being able to flexibly share information as well as the direct monitoring and if required control of ITS assets with neighbouring authorities.

The flexible permissions allow the users (clients and tenants) of the system to decide who is able to do what with what and when.

The use of flexible alerts and alarms mean that users can be alerted based agreed rules based on the type of alert / alarm and the time of day / day of week etc. allowing flexible (and if required shared) manning and control of the overall system.

Kevin Gilday, Solutions Manager for Dynniq commented; “Dynniq’s ImCity multi-tenancy is key in enabling authorities’ access to data and assets across local boundaries. With Hosted services and user centric tools built in, this system delivers real benefits to the road user and transport manager alike.”

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