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Weekly Round Up
08 December 2016
Latest Companies

Bonar - Geosynthetics for Road Reinforcement

Optomachines - Safe and Ergonomic Systems for Laying and Retrieving Traffic Cones

TDC Systems - Traffic Data Collection, Vehicle Counter Classifying, Weigh-In-Motion and Vehicle Weight Enforcement Systems

VITRONIC - Intelligent Laser-Based Red Light and Speed Enforcement Systems

SignCAD Systems - Design Software and Hardware for Road Traffic Signs

Press Releases

PSP Introduce New PSPLogger System
During the development of the new iBWIM Spider, PSP also developed a independent measuring system which essentially uses the technology of our Spider but in a flattened way.

SERNIS Introduces New SR-CITY-BALI Flexible Bollard
SERNIS's new Flexible Bollard SR-CITY-BALI is ideal for urban areas delimitation and is available in two diameters: 80mm and 130mm.

Automatic Road Line Detection as New Functionality in the Horus Movie Player
Our newly released tool for the Horus Movie Player is the functionality to automatically detect road lines. This new function is a separate module which can be added to the Horus Movie Player. Specify the area in which you want to detect the road lines, press start and a shape layer will be generated and added to the layer manager.

SESA Completes Testing and Integration of Solar-Powered Weigh Station Signs
SES America (SESA) and its partners New England Traffic Solutions and New England Signal Systems recently completed testing and commissioning of solar-powered signs for several weigh stations in New Hampshire.

ADEC to Exhibit at the Smart City Expo & World Congress in Barcelona
On November 15, the SmartCity Expo opens its doors in Barcelona for the sixth time.

White Papers

Tailor-Made Measuring Equipment for Road Surfaces
ViaTech is a Norwegian company with a comprehensive range of tailor-made products to measure different characteristics of pavement...

Steel Structures for Road Signs
This free white paper contains detailed information about IAB's business segments, its portfolio of steel and welded structures, and company...

Traffic Safety Systems
Since 2001, Westcotec has been at the forefront of the vehicle activated sign industry. Based in the centre of Norfolk, we have grown to become one of the biggest suppliers of quality...

LED Retrofit Lamps Versus Integrated Luminaires
Light-emitting diodes (LED) are increasingly replacing conventional bulbs in public and industrial lighting systems. When replacing an HQL bulb of small to medium power (50W - 150W), the choice...

Mapping the World with Horus
At Horus we know everything there is to know about registering public space, helping us to keep our mobile mapping software at the highest...

Features

October's top stories: Ford’s new technology predicts human movement, USDOT and NSC launch Road to Zero Coalition
Ford Motor Company developed a new Pre-Collision Assist with Pedestrian Detection system, and USDDOT and NSC to start a new programme called the Road to Zero Coalition. Roadtraffic-technology.com wraps up the key headlines from October 2016.

September's top stories: CH2M wins GDDKiA contract, TfL to build North-South Cycle Superhighway
CH2M secured a contract from the General Directorate for National Roads and Highways in Poland, and Transport for London has confirmed with the intent of building a new North-South Cycle Superhighway. Roadtraffic-technology.com wraps up the key headlines from September 2016.

August's top stories: Indra and SICE's PPP in Algeria, road improvement scheme in North Lincolnshire
Indra and SICE become part of a public-private partnership that will execute various traffic management projects in Algeria, and a road improvement scheme worth £13.3m in North Lincolnshire has secured approval. Roadtraffic-technology.com wraps up the key headlines from August 2016.

July's top stories: Turkey’s Osman Gazi Bridge opens, Indra develops world's largest toll system
Turkey’s Osman Gazi Bridge has been opened to the public, Spanish infrastructure company Indra has developed the world's largest toll system, and US Army and MDOT jointly tested the connected vehicle application. Roadtraffic-technology.com wraps up the key headlines from July 2016.

June's top stories: New York to pilot two technologies, HE installs new video wall
New York's Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) will pilot two new technologies later this year, and Highways England deployed a new dynamic display system (DDS) at the East Regional Control Centre. Roadtraffic-technology.com wraps up the key headlines from June 2016.

Projects

SH 360 South Road Extension Project
The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) in the US commenced works on a 9.7-mile (15.6km) extension of the tollway on State Highway 360 (SH 360) South Road from Green Oaks Boulevard to the US 287 highway in October 2015.

Princes Highway Upgrade
The Princes Highway is the major route connecting Sydney, Australia, with Port Augusta via Illawarra and the South Coast regions. It is considered as a key link for passenger and freight transport.

Gordie Howe International Bridge
The Gordie Howe International Bridge, a planned bi-national border infrastructure project, will be one of the longest bridges in North America that will connect Canada with the US.

Southport-Burleigh Road Network Improvement Project, Queensland
The Department of Transport and Main Roads is upgrading an 8km section of the Southport-Burleigh road in Queensland, Australia, at an estimated cost of A$104m ($79.8m). The upgrade will significantly reduce travel times for road users travelling to and from North Street in Southport and Rudd Street in Broadbeach Waters.

Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge, Istanbul
Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge (3rd Bosphorus Bridge) was constructed over the Bosphorus Strait in Istanbul, Turkey.


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