The City Access MOVYON system includes a modular and scalable set of technologies, which can be integrated with access monitoring on road networks. It allows checking entries and exits from Italian cities through online checkpoints and tolling technologies, for example the equipment for dynamic tolling which is calculated based on the expected level of traffic and on the type of user in transit.
The objective of City Access is to optimise entrances in the city through traffic forecasting models, the management of combined transport hubs, as well as by monitoring areas of interest (limited traffic zones – ZTL – in urban areas, and controlled traffic zones –ZTC – in airport areas), logistics areas and ports of transhipment.
constantly updated traffic info.
thanks to traffic forecasting models.
and reporting of the traffic data collected.
Enhanced road system
more secure traffic in the city.
An approved online system which regulates, checks and fines transits in limited traffic areas: the online toll gates detect the vehicle in transit and identify it, then send the data to the control centre and calculate the time spent in limited traffic areas; the centralised control system displays data about transits and produces reports for monitoring; a specific system then calculates the fine.
The modular technological solutions allows: recording incoming and outcoming vehicles in the area; preventing transit for unauthorised vehicles; managing transit and possible anomalies remotely, through video feed and audio contact with users at the gates; drafting statistical and precise reports; querying the database and issuing authorisations; recording accesses based on the licence plate.
Equipment, systems and technologies for dynamic tolling, dedicated to optimising accesses in urban areas. The toll fee is calculated based on the expected traffic congestion level and on the type of user in transit.
There are three main macro-solutions: combined transport parking lotsat motorway gates, facilitating the interchange between private vehicles and public transport; the central data collection point for monitoring and communicating the parking condition (e.g. places available); directing traffic to the combined transport parking site through variable-display panels and signage.
Equipment, systems and technologies which use information collected by cameras and advanced sensors for monitoring and data processing to calculate the flow of vehicles entering and exiting the city. The same tests also provide punctual information about the characteristics of vehicles in transit, for example the type of vehicle and its origin.