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1. Pennsylvania State Approval

2. Working with Florida DOT for State Approval

3. MigmaPedCount™ Installed In Manhattan, NY

4. Solar Is Finally Here

5. Our Product Line Keeps Growing


 


1. Pennsylvania State Approval
 

Pennsylvania is one of the toughest states to get a new product on the "Approved List" and Migma has succeeded. Working closely with our distributor, General Highway Products, it was a year of emails back and forth with PennDOT, field tests, references that were required, contact information for current installations, among other requested documents. We finally received the letter on May 20, 2016. MigmaPD ™ products can now be used on state-owned roadways and is now on their product specification list. This was a big achievement for Migma and General Highway Products and we are excited to share the news!

 

 

 

   

 

 

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2. Working with Florida DOT for State Approval


Together with our distributor Transportation Control Systems and contractor Southern Traffic Services, we had a webinar with the Florida Department of Transportation. During this webinar we introduced our latest system MigmaCount™ that is capable of estimating the speed of pedestrians and cyclists. It was decided that FDOT will install and evaluate Migma's  pedestrian and cyclist detection and counting product using solar power. If FDOT is satisfied with the system performance, this will put Migma in the QPL for both Florida and Georgia. Preparation is well under way.

 

 

 

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3. MigmaPedCount™ Installed In Manhattan, NY

Manhattan is the most densely populated of New York City’s 5 boroughs. Working with our distributor Traffic Systems, we worked with NYC DOT to get an installation site for our MigmaPedCount™ installed in New York. On June 21, 2016 the MigmaPedCount™ was installed in Manhattan, NY. This installation allows for us to evaluate the performance in an environment of extremely high volume of pedestrians. Using our pole mounted fiberglass cabinet, we are able to use cellular communication to send data to our server located in our data center. This system is mobile and can be easily moved to different locations. Data can be saved locally in a USB drive and/or remotely in a data server.

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4. Solar Is Finally Here


Migma has been authorized to test our new solar system products. With the help of MassDOT we currently have two different locations in which we will test our new solar systems. For product approval from MassDOT, MigmaBicycle™ Solar will be installed on the MIT Bridge in Cambridge, MA. As part of field evaluation, our vehicle classification system was installed on I-495 for data collection and classification accuracy evaluation. It is powered by solar system where the batteries and computer are placed inside a fiberglass cabinet. An aircard is used to stream vehicle data from the field to a data server located remotely. MassDOT will help evaluate the classification accuracy and compare the results with the loop system currently installed at the same location.

 

   

 

 

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5. Our Product Line Keeps Growing

MigmaCount™ is one of the latest products we have added to our growing product line. Using an IR LED stereo camera with laser sensor, we are able estimate the speed information for separating pedestrians from bicyclists.  Using cellular communication, pedestrian and bicycle counts and  images with time stamp can be sent to the server, which is located in our data center. The demand to separate pedestrians and bicycles on shared bike paths or multi-use sidewalks has increased significantly over the past couple years. With MigmaCount™, we are able to count pedestrians and cyclists traveling in the same lane. Please contact us if you need more information.

 

 

 

 

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