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Road Tech

We are continually investing in technology and smart engineering to make sure our customers have a smooth experience using our roads: safe, comfortable, fast and convenient.

 

Road Tech Report

Abertis, in partnership with The Economist Business Intelligence, has commissioned a report regarding the future of mobility and roads. The report sets perspectives and scenarios in the future and offers solutions for the consequences of growing global traffic and the technologies applied to road infrastructures. 

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SMART ROADS & INTEGRATED MOBILITY

Collaboration with Waze

Collaboration with Waze

Abertis has signed a worldwide agreement to join the Connected Citizens Program through Waze, the community-based traffic and navigation app. This two-way data sharing partnership will allow combine the real-time traffic information from Waze with the data collected at Abertis operations centres in 7 countries – Spain, France, Brazil, Chile, Puerto Rico, Italy and Argentina. The aim is to ease congestion and improve road safety.

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Lab City Project

Lab City Project

Abertis’ subsidiary in Chile is using smart road tech to enhance safety including LED panels and laser signalling with real-time traffic information.

Electric cars

Corri-door project

Corri-door project

Sanef, in a multisectional project, is deploying fast-charging stations for electric vehicles across France.

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Fabric – dynamic charging

Fabric – dynamic charging

Sanef, together with other 22 partners, is studying the feasibility of on-road wireless charging solutions for electric vehicles.

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AUTONOMOUS & CONNECTED VEHICLES

SCOOP@F project

SCOOP@F project

Sanef is a key partner in developing a ‘Cooperative Intelligent Transport System’, which allows vehicles and roads to exchange information about traffic conditions.

Inframix project

Inframix project

Partnership between Autopistas (Spain) ant the European Commission to define the role of infrastructure in the transition to autonomous vehicles.

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CONGESTION REDUCTION

CONGESTION REDUCTION

Innovative approaches

We are pioneering a number of innovative approaches across our network to enhance mobility. For exampe Metropistas, Abertis' subsidiary in Puerto Rico, has applied:

  • Dynamic Toll Lanes - adjusting pricing in real time to enable congestion-free travel
  • 100% free-flow - meaning less congestion, less accidents and less emissions
  • Reversible lanes - to increase capacity in peak hours

 

FREE FLOW TECHNOLOGIES

FREE FLOW TECHNOLOGIES

Barrier free mobility

Abertis’ technology and services branch Emovis is the expert in the design and operations of free-flow solutions through elections tolls. It handled more than 300 million transactions in 2016, at cutting-edge assets like the Dartford Crossing in the UK, and at sites in Canada (British Columbia) and Puerto Rico. 

Emovis is currently leading the Mersey Gateway free-flow tolling project, which incorporates an innovative mixed technology solution for first time in Europe. 


Emovis is a leading player in the implementation of Road Use Charge programs, including a pay-per-mile pilot in Oregon, USA.

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INTEROPERABILITY

INTEROPERABILITY

Seamless movement

Abertis, via its electronic toll payment management companies – Eurotoll, Bip&Drive, Bip&Go – is leading the deployment of the European Electronic Toll Service (EETS). Its aim is to allow interoperability of different networks, working with other concessionaires to ensure seamless travelling between different countries.

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