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Russian motorway: a trust-based partnership

Russian motorway: a trust-based partnership
published onJanuary 22, 2018

With our teams currently at work on sections 4 and 6 of the Moscow-St Petersburg motorway, Mobility has been entrusted with another 138-km stretch leading up to the former imperial capital.

 This new assignment is testament to a working relationship based on trust, partnership and long-term visibility.

This segment consists of sections 7 and 8 of the M11 motorway, which is intended to relieve the M10 motorway (toll-free). Our challenge will be to integrate and manage, within a six-month lead time, the 8,000 inputs/outputs required for the new equipment to be installed on this section of motorway, including cameras, emergency telephones, weather stations and signage panels. The @way platform will be used for the analysis of input data, incorporating the operator's rules for operation. It will also serve to provide the commands and instructions necessary for the proper management of motorway traffic in safe conditions. @way will also be connected to external systems using the DATEX II European communication standard in order to ensure the exchange of information between the platform for these sections of motorway and the world beyond. This is a significant challenge and the entire team is raring to pursue its Russian motorway adventure.