A solution for getting about more easily.
Why? In 2050, over 75% of the world’s population will live in towns. Because of this, mobility is being reinvented, and alongside traditional forms of mobility will be hydrogen or electric vehicles with their own infrastructures and also soft mobility with bicycles, scooters and other gyropods. What is the solution for managing the complexity of such multiple and diverse traffic in a town and ensuring smooth flows?
How? Through the regular upgrading of our algorithms meeting today’s mobility challenges and anticipating those of tomorrow. We are developing new types of detection for the smart management of road infrastructures (intersections, bridges, tunnels, tolls, dual carriageways and motorways) and for communication between vehicles and infrastructure (V2X, Bluetooth).
What? With dynamic traffic management, monitoring of reserved lanes or dynamic speed regulation, we aim to improve our mobility experience (reduced parking time, better cohabitation and transport mode complementarity).
“We are fortunate in having reliable real time data on the habits of local road users. This data is very valuable because it enables us, in partnership with the authorities, collectivities and users, to devise solutions that will improve everyday accessibility and quality of life in the area”.ÉTIENNE DE BOISREDON, DIRECTOR OF PROPERTY PROJECTS OF THE LILLE UNIVERSITÉ CATHOLIQUE.