ITS Perception delivers state of the art solutions to a transport world in change
Key Business Areas
Safety - Smarter roads will help authorities to monitor and notify road-users in advance and thereby prevent accidents happening. Efficiency - Smarter roads will aide the flow of the traffic and reduce the amount of time spent queuing. Connectivity - Smarter roads will stream real-time traffic information that together with real-time demand data from users optimize mobility supply.
Efficiency - The digital rail will increase capacity, allow for higher speeds, higher reliability rates and open the supply market. Safety -The digital rail will improve safety for passengers. Additional technologies that monitor stations, level crossing, etc will be communicating with drivers, passengers and the public. Connectivity- As a continuous communication-based signaling system, digital rail reduces the headway between trains enabling up to 40% more capacity on currently existing infrastructure.
Connectivity - It is expected that a continued exponential growth in the data transfer capacity available to ships and that current bandwidth limitations will disappear to allow the internet of things and broadband applications in terrestrial networks to expand into all sea-going activity. Efficiency - Smart ships are lighter, cutting energy and fuel consumption, reducing operating and construction costs facilitated by new designs. An autonomous general cargo vessel might reduce transport costs by approximately 20% compared to a more traditional vessel. Safety - Remote controlled and autonomous ships don’t get tired and will reduce the risk of injury and even death amongst ship’s crews and the potential loss or damage of valuable assets.
Connectivity - Urbanisation drives the increasing demand in mobility. No single mode of transport, but a combination of different ones yield multi-modal transport or mobility as a service (MaaS). Technological innovations are at the core of shaping the mobility of the future. Efficiency - Transport policies informed by data is the way forward for an effective and efficient allocation of resources. Safety - An analytic approach towards establishing conflicts (interferences, near-accidents, etc.) between road users by means of data collection.