Mathai Vattampil Abraham

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Mathai Vattampil Abraham
Born Template:Birth date
Thiruvalla, Thiruvalla district, Kerala
Residence Thiruvalla Kerala
Nationality Indian
Religion Christian
Children 2

Mathai Vattampil Abraham is an Indian Traffic signal expert. He was the Ex-Employee of keltron .

Early life

Mathai Vattampil Abraham was born on 7 December 1952 at Thiruvalla , South Kerala District, Kerala.


He is the traffic expert in india who worked with Dr Srinivasan. He was worked in Kltron from 1980 to 2010 and done tremendous work in Road traffic signal . he is the person in keltron who applied for patent for his idea. He successfully implemented Indias first intelligent Transportation System in Pune which is know as CGRAPS. Now he is working in CDAC and is part of implementation team of Wireless traffic control system and intelligent parking lot management system . He successfully implemented indegeneous transit signal priority in Indore and demoed.


PUNE CGRAPS PROJECT First Intelligent Transportation System

To improve and increase safety in Pune streets , Area traffic Control System developed and implemented by CDAC Thiruvananthapuram in Pune Municipal Corporation area .impact analysis of Pune Municipal Corporation results increase in speed , reduce travel time , reduces traffic congestion and fuel consumption. After getting positive impact analysis, Pune Municipal Corporation decided to implement Intelligent Transportation project with the help of Keltron .

In view of improving the quality of service provided to the general public, PMC has decided to introduce garbage management system, traffic enforcement systems, security systems, public information system for passengers and expand the traffic management system in Pune Municipal Corporation area.

This is an integral solution of the following 7 components:

1. Critical Public Place Surveillance System (CPPSS)

CPPSS consists of 70 Cameras installed at locations identified by Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) as critical. The Cameras are connected to Central Control Room and shall be possible to monitor and also Pan, Tilt and Zoom from the Central Control Room..

2. Garbage/ Octroi Vehicle Management System (GVMS)

GVMS tracks 100 Garbage/Octroi vehicles. The system shall generate the following reports on request.

  • Vehicle arrival / departure at specified garbage collection points
  • Duration of halt more than a user defined period
  • Speed violation more than a user defined speed
  • Duration of the vehicle in use
  • Distance traversed by the vehicle in a day
  • Route the vehicle travelled
  • Halt at predefined locations

All the reports are to be with vehicle number, type of vehicle, driver’s name, date, time and location name wherever applicable. Developing the location database is the responsibility of the vendor. It shall be possible to plot multiple vehicles on a single scanned / digitized map. Mouse over the vehicle image shall display the vehicle number, time, date, location and speed of the vehicle at that particular time. Playback of the route traversed by the vehicle may be one at a time. The driver database shall be maintained at the Central Control Room with the drivers’ name, address, license and its expiry date. It shall be possible to generate and print report by driver’s name that may be used as duty report for the driver.

3. Red Light Violation Detection System (RVDS)

The RVDS shall be installed at selected intersections (Total 40 Systems). The RVDS shall be capable of detecting red light violations, take snapshot / video of the violation for the purpose of booking the driver. The snapshot & video shall be send to the Central Control Room via MLLN for using as evidence for booking the driver. The RVDS shall generate the following, but not limited to, reports.

  • Daily reports on violation detection
  • Weekly reports on violation detection
  • Monthly reports on violation detection
  • Report on repeated violators

4. Area Traffic Control System (ATCS)

In a major initiative to combat the traffic problems in Pune city, PMC in association with C-DAC, Trivandrum and funding from Department of Information Technology, Govt. of India, developed and implemented an Area Traffic Control System in Pune. The system installed at 38 intersections spread on six major corridors is functional for last one year. The ATCS Central Control (CC) is setup at the PMC Ward Office, Tilak Road, Pune. This Contract envisages expansion of the existing ATCS for 30 more junctions. The proposed junctions shall be connected to the existing CC and run as a single ATCS.

The Control Centre computes a green signal actuation time for each approach of the intersection based on an analysis of the demand trends at the approaches. The traffic controller is given the option to override this preset green signal actuation time in case of heavy demand on any of the approaches or if the demand does not satisfy the value predicted by the Control Centre. The controller then intimates this new green signal time to the Control Centre for update and audit in a feedback loop. The system is scalable, It can operate in different modes ranging from an independent intersection control model to a corridor control model with distributed time synchronisation to ATCS.

5. Passenger Information System for BRTS Corridor (PIS)

The Bus Rapid Transit System (BRTS) is operational on a stretch of 13.5 KM on Satara Road. Currently the BRTS corridor is having 24 bus stops. The BRTS is likely to be extended to further length shortly. The PIS is proposed to further increase the facilities to the commuters by timely information on Buses and routes. The PIS is a real-time system that displays the arrival details of buses at every BRTS bus stop. The display shall be in Marathi, Hindi and English in a rolling fashion. The PIS shall have a display and announcement system inside the bus that shall display and announce the current bus stop and next bus stop in Marathi, Hindi and English. Location of the bus shall be sent to the CC, from where the bus stop displays are updated. The displays are to be updated without any time lag, as the data is dynamic. Single colour LED matrix display or LCD display shall be used inside the bus and at the bus stop. Size of the LED display shall be 2 feet by 1 foot inside the bus and 2 feet by 4 feet at the bus stops. It shall be possible to generate trip information of every bus and view / print the report. The following reports, but not limited to, shall be possible to generate for the system.

  • Trip report - number of trips a bus done a day / in a week / per


  • Speed report – speed violation of a bus, if any in a day / in a week /

per month

  • Halt report – halt time in every stop

6. Speed Limit Violation Detection System (SVDS)

SVDS shall be installed at select corridors, in a drive to reduce accidents due to over speeding. Total 10 Systems (5 Locations – bi directional). The system shall take snapshot of the over speeding vehicle, recording its speed at the time of the snapshot and time and date of the recording. The snapshot shall be made available to the Central Control for the purpose of booking the violator. Clear view of the number plate shall be available in the snapshot. Processing of the data (snapshot) at the CC shall be similar to the RVDS and similar reports shall be generated for the SVDS also. Data for 15 days shall be maintained at the Server. The SVDS shall generate the following, but not limited to, reports.

  • Daily reports on violation detection
  • Weekly reports on violation detection
  • Monthly reports on violation detection
  • Report on repeated violators

7. Control Rooms:

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