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Roy Sumner Phones & Addresses

  • 38625 Welch Hill Ln, Lovettsville, VA 20180 (540) 822-5890
  • Christiansburg, VA
  • Washington, DC
  • Latrobe, PA
  • Jefferson, MD
  • Los Angeles, CA
  • Brunswick, MD

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Company: Sumner tariff service inc Address: 1012 14Th St Nw Ste 905, Washington, DC 20005 Position: President Industries: Management Consulting Services

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Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Roy Sumner
President
Sumner Tariff Service Inc
Management Consulting Services
1012 14Th St Nw Ste 905, Washington, DC 20005
Roy Sumner
President
Sumner Tariff Service Inc
Management Consulting Services
1012 14Th St Nw Ste 905, Washington, DC 20005

Publications

Us Patents

Adaptive Traffic Signal Phase Change System

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US Patent:
2008020, Aug 28, 2008
Filed:
Feb 25, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/072236
Inventors:
Roy Sumner - Great Falls VA,
International Classification:
G08G 1/07
US Classification:
340910
Abstract:
This patent provides a process that utilizes the vehicle to infrastructure communication process to gather anonymous vehicle trajectories that describe vehicles approaching a signalized intersection. This information is used to project forward in-time the positions of vehicles to calculate the optimal time to change the traffic signal at a point that will minimize the delay to the traffic.

In-Vehicle Traffic Congestion Information System

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US Patent:
5164904, Nov 17, 1992
Filed:
Jul 26, 1990
Appl. No.:
7/557743
Inventors:
Roy L. Sumner - Vienna VA
Assignee:
Farradyne Systems, Inc. - Rockville MD
International Classification:
G06F 1550
US Classification:
364436
Abstract:
The In-Vehicle Traffic Congestion Information System (ICI system) consists of a technique to provide real-time traffic congestion data to drivers of suitably equipped vehicles. The ICI system includes apparatus for gathering and formatting data at a central location, transmitting the data to vehicles, processing data in the vehicles and presenting it to the drivers. The ICI system design provides inputs for a wide range of data sources at a central location where, through a data fusion process, information from a range of sources may be accumulated and aggregated into a single congestion level data value for each section of road. In the vehicles, a range of options may be available for presenting relevant congestion data to the driver including text, voice and map displays.

Cell Messaging Process For An In-Vehicle Traffic Congestion Information System

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US Patent:
5182555, Jan 26, 1993
Filed:
Jul 26, 1990
Appl. No.:
7/557742
Inventors:
Roy L. Sumner - Vienna VA
Assignee:
Farradyne Systems, Inc. - Rockville MD
International Classification:
G08G 109
US Classification:
340905
Abstract:
The In-Vehicle Traffic Congestion Information System (ICI system) consists of a technique to provide real-time traffic congestion data to drivers of suitably equipped vehicles. The ICI system includes apparatus for gathering and formatting data at a central location, transmitting the data to vehicles, processing data in the vehicles and presenting it to the drivers. The ICI system design provides inputs for a wide range of data sources at a central location where, through a data fusion process, information from a range of sources may be accumulated and aggregated into a single congestion level data value for each section of road. In the vehicles, a range of options may be available for presenting relevant congestion data to the driver including text, voice and map displays.

Data Fusion Process For An In-Vehicle Traffic Congestion Information System

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US Patent:
5173691, Dec 22, 1992
Filed:
Jul 26, 1990
Appl. No.:
7/557741
Inventors:
Roy L. Sumner - Vienna VA
Assignee:
Farradyne Systems, Inc. - Rockville MD
International Classification:
G08G 109
US Classification:
340905
Abstract:
The In-Vehicle Traffic Congestion Information System (ICI system) consists of a technique to provide real-time traffic congestion data to drivers of suitably equipped vehicles. The ICI system includes apparatus for gathering and formatting data at a central location, transmitting the data to vehicles, processing data in the vehicles and presenting it to the drivers. The ICI system design provides inputs for a wide range of data sources at a central location where, through a data fusion process, information from a range of sources may be accumulated and aggregated into a single congestion level data value for each section of road. In the vehicles, a range of options may be available for presenting relevant congestion data to the driver including text, voice and map displays.
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