MSR-Traffic presents innovative traffic technologies at „Kommunale 2013“ in Nuremberg

The "Kommunale" is a market place for cities and communities and a meeting place for decision makers and executives of public administration. This is the location where new approaches to current and future challenges concerning communal IT, eGovernment, Energy Turnaround, communal technologies, public administration and urban development are introduced and ideas for sustainable investments in the future of our cities are formed.

For these reasons MSR-Traffic will be one of the 200 exhibitors presenting their products and services

The German company provides innovative ultrasonic and magnetic field technology systems and devices for the detection, counting and guidance of any kind of vehicle. All of their products stand for security, reliability, innovation and, due to their longevity, also for cost effectiveness. MSR technologies do not only make traffic management easier for cities, communities and parking facility operators. They also improve the quality of life for road users and residents.  Intelligent vehicle detection on parking spaces indoors and outdoors makes smart cities.   

More than half of the world’s population lives in cities and conurbations.

Sustainable urban development with cutting edge technologies such as intelligent traffic management systems can make a vital contribution to  environmental and climate protection. Cities with sustainable infrastructure offer a better quality of life to their citizens and are more competitive.

MSR-Traffic technologies provide intelligent city solutions:

Outdoor system: Complex MSR sensors detect parking and driving vehicles and transmit the collected data to a server via radio waves, where they are processed.

Indoor system: MSR-Traffic offers efficient solutions for the traffic in multi-storey car-parks and underground garages. The company provides reliable, high quality products, from ultrasonic sensors for the detection of cars on single parking spaces and counting of in- and outbound traffic to gas detection and technologies for the customisation of ventilation systems. The direction of car drivers to the next available parking space with the aid of the smart city technology avoids traffic caused by cars searching for a place to park. As a result traffic density is reduced just as noise and harmful emissions. Due to their improving quality of life cities will once again be attractive living environments and economic zones.

Win win situation for cities, environment and driving public

MSR-Traffic’s wireless LAN technology is an economically and ecologically sustainable alternative for local governments confronting the current traffic situation in urban areas.

Many customers have already identified the benefits of MSR-Traffic products. The systems have already been employed in many private sector projects as well as in various cities such as Vienna (AT), Wolfratshausen (DE) and Copenhagen (DK). Also in Croatia the MSR system is already operational. MSR-Traffic customers benefit from a significant reduction of traffic produced by drivers searching for free space for their car, less ventilation cost in indoor car parks and life-saving alarm systems.

On 23 and 24 october 2013 MSR-Traffic exhibit their technologies at the „Kommunale 2013“ in Nuremberg, where they will take time to answer the visitors’ questions on all products and services.

Visitors who want to take advantage of this opportunity to inform themselves on the optimisation of their parking area administration and management, will receive a warm welcome and comprehensive advice and support at MSR-Traffic’s exhibition booth. 

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About MSR-TrafficMSR-Traffic logo

MSR-Traffic supplies sensor technology that enables the counting as well as the single space detection of vehicles indoors and outdoors.  

For more information please contact:

MSR-Traffic GmbH
Würdinger Straße 27a | 94060 Pocking

Phone:     +49 85 31 9004 0
Fax:     +49 85 31 9004 59




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