Smart Mobility,
Intelligent
Transportation
Systems (ITS) and
Tolling

We have more than 23 years of experience in the Toll and Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) environment and are Subject Matter Experts (SME’s) on the electronic and software systems implemented in these environments. This includes hardware, software, databases and communications. We have been involved in the Design, Build, Operations and Maintenance (DBOM) of traditional, plaza-based toll systems in South Africa, Zimbabwe, Nigeria, India, Malaysia, Greece, Hungary and Ireland and in Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) free-flow tolling implementations in South Africa. 

 

A free-flow toll gantry from Sanral’s Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project (GFIP)

“Toll systems are essentially large and complex financial systems, handling millions of transactions per annum, over a widely distributed geographic area with huge potential for fraud and revenue losses.

What you see when passing through a toll plaza or toll gantry, is but the tip of the iceberg; with a plethora of complex systems monitoring and managing every passage to ensure that revenue is accurately collected, protected and reported.”

We have been involved in several ITS related projects in South Africa and Namibia, which includes:

  • SANRAL’s Freeway Management System (FMS)
  • Various Public Transport and Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) related projects (such as Ekurhuleni and Nelson Mandela Bay)
  • Advanced Traffic Management Systems (ATMS) for the JRA (Johannesburg Roads Agency)
  • Mass-Distance Charging system design for the Road Fund Administration (RFA) of Namibia
  • Traffic Control Stations (Vehicle overweight management and roadworthiness)

Our experience also includes extensive design and implementation of large scale, distributed communications networks using the latest technologies in fiber, microwave, etc. to ensure that remote sites can reliably operate, send and receive data, backup and archive critical data and be easily accessed for remote supervision and support.

 

A vehicle inspection station at the Beitbridge Traffic Control Centre (TCC)
Smart Mobility is the next frontier, with Mobility as a Service (MaaS) the next buzz word. Smart Mobility uses technology to further enhance the efficiency and safety of transport by optimizing the use of existing transport and paring infrastructure through reliable measurement, analysis, optimization and dissemination of information to users. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is becoming more and more prevalent in this arena and improves the entire process.
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