Sensys Networks continues European expansion with smart traffic installations in Berlin, Germany

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Berlin has chosen to equip their roadways with Sensys Networks' traffic detection technology based on a series of successful trials at multiple locations throughout the city.

With the intricate maze of tram, bicycle and automobile traffic in Berlin, it’s critical to have accurate detection enabling their intelligent traffic solutions.

Sensys Networks, a Tagmaster company, is pleased to announce that Germany’s capital city, Berlin, has chosen to equip numerous intersections with its stop bar and advance detection technology. The wide-scale deployment of FlexMag and FlexRadar technologies comes as a result of a series of successful trials at multiple locations throughout Berlin.

With a dense network of tram lines and bicycle paths across the city, the FlexRadar sensor was the critical component for Berlin’s traffic authority. Because this in-ground radar technology is immune to electromagnetic interference, it enables the accurate detection of bicycles in the presence of trams.

Sensys Networks CEO Amine Haoui added “With the intricate maze of tram, bicycle and automobile traffic in Berlin, it’s critical to have accurate detection enabling their intelligent traffic solutions. Also, Berlin gets the high quality data required by modern traffic management systems, and can do it in considerably less time and a lower cost.”

Berlin’s general contractor, Alliander, has taken the lead to determine and to select the sites for these smart intersection installations. Assisting with implementation are Siemens, Swarco, Stuehrenberg, Spie and AVT Stoye.

About Sensys Networks
Sensys Networks improves the way people travel through cities. We deliver accurate and dependable detection data to drive reductions in urban traffic congestion for partners and public agencies around the globe. For more information see http://www.sensysnetworks.com.

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