Against all the odds, the ITS World Congress in Hamburg has taken place with around 15,000 people attending, and Highways News brings you one final podcast from the event in Hamburg today, sponsored by SWARCO and GEWI.

Paul Hutton speaks to modelling company Aimsun about how they can fix traffic jams before they happen with Senior Product Specialist Martin Hartmann explaining, “the traffic management centre can improve their decision making by having a reliable prediction,” while Sebastian Baucutt of detection company Navtech Radar explains how stopped vehicle detection really does work, saying, “We make sensors and we’re very proud that actually our radar sensors are both very reliable and very accurate.”

As Dynniq Mobility completes its first major event as part of the SWARCO family, CEO Jan Vos explains the sort of conversations he’s been having with clients, “explaining to them what will be the combined strength of the group where are we complimentary where do we have overlaps discussed those kinds of things” while road data specialists Gaist describe their new connected car road analysis tool as Asset Safety Manager John Swift says, “we show them their condition of the road from my laptop, to an extent of their don’t know exists.”

There’s also Eric Sampson’s guide to Friday and a podcast farewell with Jacob Bangsgaard, ERTICO – ITS Europe CEO.

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