Dipl.-Ing. Daniel Alfreider

Township councillor responsible for spatial planning and mobility in the community of Corvara (Bolzano – South Tyrol)

The whole Alpine region is marked by unique valleys, mountain passes and mountain landscapes.
In the middle of the Dolomites, the community Corvara has recently started a pilot project where BLIDS® sensors supply real and up-to-date traffic data.
This real, original and detailed data is absolutely necessary for the management and future planning of mobility in our regions.


Michael Lutz

ewp AG Effretikon

In the line of street planning in the centre of Oberwetzikon, a traffic micro-simulation for assessing variations is created.
With the assistance of BLIDS® a distribution of local traffic within the investigated perimeter could be recorded.
The installation of the sensors was easy and the immediately supplied data could be calibrated well to additional cross-sectional data and traffic counting. Plausible results were obtained and built a good basis for the simulation.

Albert Steiner

Zurich University of Applied Sciences

As part of a research project one aim, among others, was to evaluate and quantify mobility in the greater Winterthur (Switzerland) area. Knowledge of the travel times, the volume of traffic and the routes driven by motorised private transport was of central significance.
Thanks to BLIDS® and the excellent support of the company GmbH, it was possible to collect this data in a reliable and efficient way!

M.Eng. Madeleine Hartwig

LOGOS Engineering and Planning Office

It is thanks to the good and uncomplicated cooperation with the company GmbH, that the system components could be swiftly put into operation.
In the line of an integrated transport concept, the Hanseatic City of Rostock is building a traffic management system.
In the first stage, an infrastructure for establishing and presenting the traffic conditions of the road network is set up.
Travelling time is preferably used to assess quality of traffic motion in specified sections of the road network.
As a pilot test with Bluetooth sensors of reached good results in the greater Usedom area, the City of Rostock has started to equip first sections of the main road network with such technology. After a few minor corrections of the parameters and locations, the traffic condition in combination with local and section-related measure values can be determined in high quality.