Automation from the ground up with InEight

Automation from the ground up with InEight

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Special Features//September 14, 2020

In anticipation of autonomous vehicle technology, smart highways are being built to improve the driver experience and asset management. InEight’s Rob Bryant explains why this technology of tomorrow should be a staple in construction now.

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Proactive culvert management solutions that keep traffic flowing

Proactive culvert management solutions that keep traffic flowing

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//August 31, 2020

For any efficient asset management program, early intervention is vital, saving government bodies huge construction and traffic congestion costs incurred by reactive repairs, Interflow explains. 

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Port of Tallinn moves to automated traffic flow management

Port of Tallinn moves to automated traffic flow management

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Resources//August 25, 2020

The Port of Tallinn has installed an automated traffic management system that includes SICK components.

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Transurban annual results impacted by COVID-19 traffic reduction

Transurban annual results impacted by COVID-19 traffic reduction

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//August 13, 2020

Transurban reported a decrease of proportional earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (EDBITDA) of 6.4 per cent to $1,888 million.

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Melbourne outer metro drivers spend 79 hours in traffic annually – Report

Melbourne outer metro drivers spend 79 hours in traffic annually – Report

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//July 27, 2020

Infrastructure Partnerships Australia's Australian Travel Time Metric has found outer metropolitan Melbourne commuters spend an average of 79 hours in traffic yearly.

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Traffic management training changes to keep controllers working

Traffic management training changes to keep controllers working

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//May 08, 2020

The Queensland Government has introduced new measures to keep 4,000 traffic management staff working. 

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