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Yunex Traffic Solutions at Intertraffic in Amsterdam

  • Yunex Traffic to showcase smart mobility of the future at this year’s Intertraffic
  • The main topic – traffic control by reducing emissions in cities
  • Intertraffic is one of the largest road and urban solutions industry meetings in Europe, taking place from 29.03-1.04.2022 in Amsterdam

At Intertraffic 2022, Yunex Traffic will showcase the latest hardware and software solutions that enable safe and environmentally friendly mobility. Innovative systems, from traffic management to tunnel and highway management, give traffic operators the right tools to make cities livable in the long term.

20 percent of global emissions are attributed to mobility. If we look at our cities, this is hardly surprising. Traffic jams and air pollution are part of everyday life in cities around the world. We are confronting these inconvenient facts and developing solutions that minimize traffic pollution, increase safety and thus preserve the quality of life in our cities for future generations,

says Markus Schlitt, CEO of Yunex Traffic.

Under the theme “Connecting the Dots”, Yunex Traffic will demonstrate its latest solutions – OBU2X and RSU2X controllers and “Alulight” aluminum traffic light systems. The company will also showcase the new Sitraffic Symphony platform, which paves the way for a new generation of green traffic management, and Sitraffic Fusion, a cloud-based system for intelligent and adaptive traffic control.

In addition, Yunex Traffic will present innovations in intercity traffic management. The digital or smartphone-based Sitraffic Versatoll tolling system heralds a new generation of tolling solutions; the modular Sitraffic Varia system and the BIM-based Digital Twin system enable efficient management of tunnels and freeways. Yunex Traffic solutions will be on display at stand 01.327.

In Poland Yunex Traffic implements ITS projects in the biggest Polish cities – Warsaw, Cracow, Poznan, Bialystok, Rzeszow and Tychy, on express roads and tunnels all over Poland and managing technical infrastructure.