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Easy maintenance and new dual powerpack StreetSense devices

Mobility Sensing recently serviced all StreetSense devices that are in operation in The Netherlands. Not only were the devices checked for proper effectivity, they also received a fresh power bank. The clever modular design of the StreetSense casing allows field engineers to quickly take the devices out of the sleeve, embedded in the road surface.

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StreetSense installed in most intelligent bicycle path in the Netherlands

An intelligent stretch of bicycle path that maps out how much traffic, at what speed and at what time it travels over it, is no longer utopian but reality and can be found on the TU Delft Campus. The advanced sensors installed and measurements that are made make this bicycle path the most intelligent in

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BoatSense devices ready for new sailing season

The BoatSense devices in the Province of South Holland have been serviced and are completely ready for the new sailing season. With BoatSense, Mobility Sensing monitors all main waterways for the province. The sensor technology not only provides a complete picture of the number of vessels on the waterways but also monitors the length, speed

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Successful presence at Intertraffic Amsterdam 2022

Mobility Sensing took part in the international exhibition Intertraffic Amsterdam from 29 March – 1 April 2022, the first large show since the COVID-19 pandemic. After a four year break, the world’s leading event for traffic technology professionals Intertraffic finally took place in RAI Amsterdam and Mobility Sensing participated in the ITSUP area. For the

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Mobility Sensing will also collect bridge data for the Province of Utrecht

Mobility Sensing has been contracted again by the National Road Traffic Data Portal (NDW) as a data partner for the collection and delivery of bridge data. This time for the Province of Utrecht. The selected sensor technology, called BridgeSense, is specifically designed to report bridge openings. These notifications are then distributed via NDW to service

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Smart streets warn road users about unsafe driving conditions

Smart Mobility players Mobility Sensing and Monotch are joining forces to bring safety-related traffic information from street sensors directly into the car. Every street equipped with a StreetSense sensor pod from Mobility Sensing can monitor traffic and the local road surface condition in real-time. By linking the sensor to Monotch’s TLEX data exchange platform, the

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‘s-Hertogenbosch expands StreetSense sensor network

For a year, we tested smart road sensors in ‘s-Hertogenbosch that provided us with information about traffic flows and other factors that influence traffic, such as temperature and precipitation. The results of the StreetSense road surface sensors are good and so the pilot will be followed up with more sensors for even more information. Councilor

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StreetSense goes international

Recently Mobility Sensing has won a first major export order for StreetSense. After a successful pilot in 2020 in the Norwegian municipality of Gjesdal, 5 other Norwegian municipalities have now also decided to install StreetSense. In the pilot in Gjesdal, in which the Streetsense sensors were used to collect data for traffic counts and anti-icing

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Solar powered BoatSense

Mobility Sensing has recently developed a solar variant of BoatSense in collaboration with the Vechtstromen Water Board. This is not only sustainable, but also means more flexibility for the waterway manager, because BoatSense can now be installed anywhere along the waterway. With BoatSense, Vechtstromen wants to enforce the sailing bans and speeds more efficiently. The

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