Road Traffic
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22 October 2017
Industry News

Deals this week: Skanska, Balfour Beatty Mott MacDonald JV, BMD Constructions
Skanska has been awarded a contract by the Port Authority of New York and Jersey to upgrade the George Washington Bridge in New York, US.

Ryder deploys Lytx DriveCam technology to improve safety of vehicles
Ryder System (Ryder), a US-based provider of transportation and supply chain management products, has partnered with Lytx to deploy the latter’s flagship product DriveCam to improve the safety of drivers by combining data and video analytics.

GM’s Cruise Automation to test fully autonomous vehicle in New York State
Cruise Automation, a business unit of General Motors (GM), is all set to test its autonomous vehicles in Manhattan, New York, by early next year.

Intel and Mobileye present new mathematical formula to prove safety of autonomous vehicles
Intel and Mobileye have presented a new Responsibility Sensitive Safety (RSS) model based on a mathematical formula to improve the safety of the autonomous vehicles at the World Knowledge Forum in Seoul, South Korea.

Press Releases

Dynamic Road Marking / Striping Retroreflectometer with Full Lane Width Capability Evaluated to ASTM A 1710
StrAus-Zert recently evaluated the RetroTek-MU (USA Version) as a suitable Dynamic Pavement Retroreflectometer for measuring the coefficient of retroreflected luminance RL of road markings/striping according to ASTM E 1710.

ADEC Wins Three-Year TDC3 Traffic Detectors Contract in Austria
ADEC has announced that it has signed a three-year contract in Austria for more than 1,100 TDC3 traffic detectors.

Visever Opens New Factory in Villarrobledo, Spain
Our new road marking paints factory starts operating.

MSR Summer Projects 2017
Over the last few months, MSR-Traffic has received some interesting orders to implement innovative parking guidance systems. In the following you can find a small selection of very gratifying projects in four different countries:

ChipFill® Thermoplast for Road Repairs
Holes and cracks in the street become larger in winter due to rain and cold weather. Therefore it is best to repair the holes already before winter, all you need is a burner, a broom and ChipFill® thermoplast.

White Papers

IRD Successful Anomalous Tire Safety Project
IRD recently supplied multiple Electronic Screening Systems (ESS) for Oklahoma DOT....

PoliScan for Safer Roads
The revolution in traffic enforcement...

Surface Weather Measurements
The systematic collection and availability of road weather data helps to improve the efficiency of winter maintenance...

Virtual Weigh Station Data Reporting
Georgia Motor Carrier Compliance Division (MCCD), the agency responsible for weight and safety enforcement in Georgia, contacted IRD in advance of Hurricane Irma's landfall in order to see...

Road Widener Shouldering and Side Paver Attachment
The FH-R model, with lay down widths of 1ft to 4ft, can be ordered as a right- or left-side discharge unit. The right-side unit will discharge to the operator's right and the left-side unit...

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