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TRL makes improvements to MOVA

TRL Software has confirmed that Siemens MOVA 7 integration has passed the mandatory tests and recommendation has been given from TRL (Transport Research Laboratory) to the Highways Agency (HA) for Type Approval. Siemens now joins Telent who passed the mandatory tests back in November 2012. Siemens will launch Version 7 of the MOVA (Microprocessor Optimized Vehicle Actuation) software as an integral part of the company’s new ST950 traffic controller, which is to be unveiled at Traffex in April.

The new features of MOVA 7 fall into three categories: Traffic Management Act (TMA) logs, which have been designed to help network managers observe and review junction operation, allowing problems to be identified more easily and allowing analysis of improvements to be made; extension of the measurement of saturation flow that was first made available in Version 6, which now has the statistical analysis carried out on data, with the option to feed statistically robust values back to the working configuration data, further improving the system’s performance; and changes to the messages to improve the layout and provide fuller information and improvement to the way CANDET (the bus priority cancel detector) behaves.

To support the rollout of MOVA 7 installations, TRL has released MOVA Tools, which is the new name for MOVA Setup, and has already achieved over 200 downloads since its December 2012 launch. The new version is fully compatible with MOVA versions 2.9-7.0 and allows import from and export to .MSD, .DT and .D* file formats. It now has a similar look and feel to the current versions of the company’s TRANSYT, ARCADY and PICADY products, which brings a number of advantages, such as the ability to: save data at any point; undo/redo changes; copy and paste data; and view custom grids of data.

March 21, 2013

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