Advanced ITS solutions from Siemens Mobility at Traffex
As the world-leader in traffic management technology, Siemens Mobility Limited will be exhibiting a broad range of integrated solutions on stand D010 at Traffex 2019, showcasing systems that help deliver safe, clean and efficient transport networks.
With digitalisation solutions, Siemens Mobility enables mobility operators worldwide to make their infrastructure and networks intelligent and, ultimately, to deliver an enhanced experience for road users and city dwellers. The company will be exhibiting a comprehensive portfolio of its digital product and services at Traffex, as well as unveiling new developments.
Wilke Reints, Managing Director Intelligent Traffic Systems (ITS) for Siemens Mobility Limited, said: “In an increasingly data-driven and digitalised world, our expertise in design, manufacture, installation, maintenance and operations provides us with a unique perspective on ‘connected thinking’, enabling us to develop innovative solutions that are helping to shape the future of mobility.
“At Traffex, we will be demonstrating how we are helping to define, develop and deliver the most appropriate solutions to meet the needs of transport managers and operators, providing real benefits to our customers, the travelling public and wider society,” he added.
The company will be displaying a number of its proven products and solutions, including its SafeZone II average speed enforcement system, which has now been granted Home Office Type-Approval; Sicore II and LaneWatch ANPR cameras and the latest Clean Air Zone deployments.
Also on display will be the recently-launched high voltage and contactless payment electric vehicle charging units. Siemens Mobility will also feature its Plus+ solution, alongside UTC-UX, the company’s latest Urban Traffic Control (UTC) release that is proving popular with customers both in the UK and overseas, the proven Stratos traffic management system and the latest version of InView, which showcases a wide range of new, intuitive features.
Wilke Reints continued: “Siemens Mobility’s ITS experts will also be giving a number of insightful presentations at Traffex and will be on hand to help customers with ideas and solutions to address their varied challenges. We are looking forward to welcoming visitors to stand where they will be able to examine and try many of our systems. There will even be a driving simulation game to enable visitors to experience the benefits of connected mobility – with a prize for the best performing driver each day!”