Ensure safe, on-time and connected highway journeys
Increased congestions and pollution, road fatalities and changing connectivity demands of travelers are some of the challenges faced by the highway industry. By evolving into truly Intelligent Transportation Systems, highway agencies and departments of transportation can ensure safe, on-time and connected journeys.
Communications networks interconnect roadside equipment, vehicles, travelers, roadside workers and all highway stakeholders with each other and with traffic control centers. They are the path to providing reliable, voice, video and data services to improve traffic flow, lower traffic pollution, increasing traffic safety and enhancing traveler experience.
Nokia helps highway agencies and departments of transportation to build Intelligent Transportation Systems by offering a full set of IP and ultra-broadband products based on 25+ years of highway industry experience and expertise in mission-critical communications. Supporting IP-based applications and mission-critical services on a single intelligent communications network, improves efficiency of operations and reduces the total cost of ownership (TCO). Nokia allows a smooth migration of legacy products and services towards the next generation of highway communications technology and enables future-proof investments preparing the highways for vehicle-to-everything communications.
Reduce accidents and fatalities to make highways safer for roadside workers and travelers alike with closed-circuit television and always-on communications across the entire highway network.
Keep traffic on-time
Real-time monitoring and control systems let you improve traffic flow and reduce travel time for travellers - while making highway operations more efficient and decreasing the level of pollution.
Keep traffic connected
Get real-time information on traffic, roadworks, and weather conditions, and deliver it over the media that travelers use. Offer new connected services with new revenue streams and support automated driving.