Sweco to Present Smart Traffic at Highways UK 2018


Sweco to Present Smart Traffic at Highways UK 2018

30 October 2018
We are looking forward to exhibiting and speaking at this year’s Highways UK event which will be held at the NEC Birmingham from 7-8 November. Highways UK brings together those responsible for the planning, designing, building, maintaining and operating of the UK’s road network.

On 7 November, our Technical Director, Stuart Wilson will join Sandra Kamphuis, a Product Manager from Sweco Netherlands, to present a session on Sweco’s Smart Traffic software in the PA Consulting Technology Dome at 12.20pm. By using dynamic traffic data, the software (which has been trialled extensively in the Netherlands) derives detailed information about the current and future traffic situation. The software makes it possible to directly translate the policy of the road manager into the control of traffic lights for specific targeted groups such as cyclists and public transport.

Do pop by our stand at G4 to speak to any of our experts whose collective expertise covers a wide range of subjects from smart traffic, Transportation Infrastructure,BIM, and ITS (Intelligent Transport Systems). We have organised some expert slots at the following times:

ITS & Smart Traffic – Stuart Wilson (ITS) and Sandra Kamphuis (Smart Traffic)

• 7 November - 2pm – 3pm
• 8 November - 10.30am – 11.30am

BIM – Rupinder Wilkhu & Michael Clark

• 7 November - 10am – 11am and 3pm – 4pm
• 8 November - 11.30am – 12.30pm

Highways UK is free to attend. To register for the event, please click here.

To find out more about our services in transportation technology and infrastructure, please click here.  

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