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Demand Management, Tolling, and Congestion Charging schemes provide benefits to operators and users alike. How? By controlling traffic, reducing congestion, and helping lower the cost of driving. Siemens is at the forefront of tolling technology worldwide, helping operators fulfill their individual and varied tolling needs.
We understand the impact that increasing demand on the road network places on local authorities. With over a decade’s experience of successfully implementing and operating dedicated Demand Management, we provide complete Tolling Solutions – including installation, operation, maintenance, and services of roadside, and back office equipment.
Current tolling and road user charging technologies from Siemens support a range of schemes, including ANPR cameras, DSRC, and satellite-based options. We are capable of offering customized solutions tailored to individual requirements. Siemens acknowledges the importance of privacy and security authentication and encryption in the design and delivery of comprehensive tolling solutions. We offer:
Downloads, support and services
Growing traffic volumes, increasing air pollution, rising costs: A mobility solution cannot solve all your infrastructure challenges on its own. But it will always contribute to making your city or municipality even more modern, more attractive and more environmentally friendly.
Siemens is the ideal partner to ensure that the most economical and effective Demand Management solutions are deployed and operated to manage continued traffic growth.
Upgrades and operates the Detection and Enforcement Infrastructure (D&EI)
Develops and delivers central IT Instation, which is capable of processing up to 6 million evidential records per day
Meets strict UK and Home Office requirements for data integrity and security and a complete disaster recovery
During the first half of 2011, 1.1 million vehicles were checked by mobile enforcement units while fixed enforcement units carried out more than 44.3 million enforcement checks
To the end of June 2011, the Slovak government earned € 75.7 million from the toll collection system
Overall, toll revenue up to that point in 2011 increased around 11% compared with the same period in 2010
Demand Management, Tolling and Congestion Charging schemes provide benefits to operators and users alike. Use the system to control traffic, reduce congestion and lower the cost of driving.