IRIS is an open source advanced traffic management system.
It provides an integrated platform for transportation agencies to manage traffic monitoring and control devices.
This property is used when multiple IRIS servers are running within the same organization.
These properties can be used when IRIS must connect to HTTP servers using a proxy server, due to organization firewall policies.
These are some existing protocols: Install Fedora onto the server computer.
Other operating systems, such as Red Hat Enterprise Linux, can also be used, but the procedures may vary slightly.
The client software is distributed by an Apache web server, using Java Web Start.
All communication between the server and clients is encrypted using secure socket layer (SSL).
The IRIS server does not have a GUI interface, so this computer can be set up headless.This user interface has been refined over many iterations by getting feedback from operators to streamline their workflow. System configuration data is stored in a Postgre SQL database, and managed by the IRIS server.The server also handles communication with all traffic control and data collection devices.It can be installed with the following command (as root): The IRIS server has a configuration file which controls some of its basic settings — /etc/iris/iris-server.properties.Most of the default settings should work, but it may be necessary to make some changes.