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1 TRAFF-20 Development Author: Nick Rubbi Prepared: December 2011

2 Agenda Current status of work; Current status of work; Traff-20, VC=6, Revision 1; Traff-20, VC=6, Revision 1; Changes made since February 2011; Changes made since February 2011; Future work; Future work;

3 Current Status Traff-20 VC6 Rev 1 Test Release – Build 102 (dated 24 th May 2011).Traff-20 VC6 Rev 1 Test Release – Build 102 (dated 24 th May 2011). Traff-20 test versions supplied to controller manufacturers;Traff-20 test versions supplied to controller manufacturers; –Test version 102 supplied on 24 th May 2011; –Targeting Traff VC6 build 1 release; Failed to meet original target ie first controller in the field to correspond with SCATS release in June 2011;Failed to meet original target ie first controller in the field to correspond with SCATS release in June 2011;

4 Current Status of QTC Controller QTC provided hardware and software for the test controller on 3 rd February;QTC provided hardware and software for the test controller on 3 rd February; Estimated software delivery at the end of October.Estimated software delivery at the end of October.

5 Current Status of Eclipse Controller Tyco provided hardware updates to the test controller on 9 th November;Tyco provided hardware updates to the test controller on 9 th November; Estimated software delivery end of January 2012;Estimated software delivery end of January 2012; Aside Tyco expressed a desire to minimise future changes to PSC software: – affects porting of some VC6 changes;Aside Tyco expressed a desire to minimise future changes to PSC software: – affects porting of some VC6 changes;

6 Current Status of ATSC/4 Controller ATC have only just started making changes for Traff-20 VC6.ATC have only just started making changes for Traff-20 VC6. ATC have been concentrating on Type Approval;ATC have been concentrating on Type Approval; Field trial of ATSC/4 version 8.1 scheduled for 11 th December;Field trial of ATSC/4 version 8.1 scheduled for 11 th December;

7 Changes Since Last SMUG Meeting (February 2011) Release is now targeting Traff Build 1 (not 28)Release is now targeting Traff Build 1 (not 28) Traff Software description CnnV6.xR20:Traff Software description CnnV6.xR20: –nn Controller Id (18 – QTC; 24 – Eclipse; 29 - ATSC/4); –x VC 6 revision x; –R20 Indicates Traff-20;

8 Changes Since Last SMUG Meeting (February 2011) Release notes: TRAFF20-TN-000 Release Notes 3.pdf

9 Changes Since Last SMUG Meeting (February 2011) 32 XSF Bits (Operational):32 XSF Bits (Operational): –X1TO8 - $00D8 –X9TO16 - $00D9 –New X17TO24 - $0180 –New X25TO32 - $0181 Warning non-contiguous addresses

10 Changes Since Last SMUG Meeting (February 2011) 32 XSF Bits (SCATS and Flexilink Plans):32 XSF Bits (SCATS and Flexilink Plans): –SCATX1 - $0332 –SCATX9 - $0333 –New SCATX17 - $018C –New SCATX25 - $018D –FLEXX1 - $0330 –FLEXX9 - $0331 –New FLEXX17 - $0188 –New FLEXX25 - $0189 Warning non-contiguous addresses

11 Changes Since Last SMUG Meeting (February 2011) 32 MSS Bits:32 MSS Bits: –S1TO8 - $00DA –S9TO16 - $00DB –New S17TO24 - $0180 –New S25TO32 - $0181 Warning non-contiguous addresses

12 Changes Since Last SMUG Meeting (February 2011) New Fault 67 (SG output map fault): Caused by allocating a SG output more than once.New Fault 67 (SG output map fault): Caused by allocating a SG output more than once.

13 Changes Since Last SMUG Meeting (February 2011) Daily Output separated from Special Facility Outputs (aka SPOPS); - New DAILY - $0F2C

14 Changes Since Last SMUG Meeting (February 2011) 24 SPIPS:24 SPIPS: –EXTINP - $0379 –New EXTINP2 - $0F24 –New EXTINP3 - $0F25 24 SPOPS:24 SPOPS: –EXTOUT - $037A –New EXTOUT2 - $0F28 –New EXTOUT3 - $0F29 Warning non-contiguous addresses

15 Changes Since Last SMUG Meeting (February 2011) RAM address $3603 indicates runtime library version (release is targeting 1);RAM address $3603 indicates runtime library version (release is targeting 1); RAM address $3604 indicates hht version (release is targeting 1);RAM address $3604 indicates hht version (release is targeting 1); RAM addresses added to allow remote checking of the controller software build switches used;RAM addresses added to allow remote checking of the controller software build switches used;

16 Changes Since Last SMUG Meeting (February 2011) RAM addresses added to allow remote monitoring of SCATS communications errors eg rx buffer full;RAM addresses added to allow remote monitoring of SCATS communications errors eg rx buffer full; Corresponding HHT menu updates;Corresponding HHT menu updates; Bug fixes in HHT and previous Test version of Traff; Bug fixes in HHT and previous Test version of Traff; Refer HHT Manual RTA-TC-301 Draft Issue J May 2011 Refer HHT Manual RTA-TC-301 Draft Issue J May 2011

17 Changes Since Last SMUG Meeting (February 2011) Wintraff: Mostly complete for VC6;Mostly complete for VC6; Waiting for final testing before available to release;Waiting for final testing before available to release;

18 Changes Since Last SMUG Meeting (February 2011) NGEN: Handover to RMS effective 17 th November 2011;Handover to RMS effective 17 th November 2011; Minor changes required before ready for new Traff VC6 personality;Minor changes required before ready for new Traff VC6 personality; Will manage both VC6 and VC5 personalities;Will manage both VC6 and VC5 personalities;

19 Future Changes More Phases; How many?More Phases; How many? New communications protocol;  NTCIP?New communications protocol;  NTCIP? Plan based operation; take pressure of commsPlan based operation; take pressure of comms Change to time settings and time settings management; needs to be extensible; - Work related to new comms protocolChange to time settings and time settings management; needs to be extensible; - Work related to new comms protocol

20 Future Changes Plug and play type operation;Plug and play type operation; Serial communications allowing the Personality to setup and test messages eg RS-485;  SystemSerial communications allowing the Personality to setup and test messages eg RS-485;  System One mode of operation;One mode of operation; Additional Personality Operators;Additional Personality Operators;

21 Future Changes Maybe Fill gaps in I/O;Maybe Fill gaps in I/O; TSC/4 Controllers Support: –96 – 128?? Inputs max. – Loop Inputs max. – Switch Inputs max. TSC/4 Specifies: –64 Inputs max. »64 Logical Vehicle Detectors max. »8 Logical PB Inputs max. –32 Loop Inputs max. –64 Switch Inputs max. (with 8 PB Inputs max.)

22 Feedback No Feedback received from SMUG members from last meeting;No Feedback received from SMUG members from last meeting; Feedback is encouraged to help in determining work priorities;Feedback is encouraged to help in determining work priorities;

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