Control Room

Collecting reports and data about traffic, turning them into targeted actions and understanding in real time the road system conditions has never been so easy.

Control Room: how digital technologies help make roads safer

The MOVYON Control Room is fitted with the best technologies to supervise the travel conditions on roads and motorways: a modular architecture which collects traffic reports, then turns them into events and finally implements a set of actions and retroactions. Our SIV –Integrated Traffic System–is the main operating tool in Control Rooms: it allows sending information to drivers using variable-display panels, and contacting communication channels, for example radio and third-party systems, integrating road system centres. The system also allows managing the whole SOS alert system, drafting reports and managing future events: both those that can be planned and the ones that cannot be planned, for example queue length, using the Autotraf system. In order to facilitate supervising operations by operators, the Control Room is fitted with a Video Wall system consisting of a series of monitors connected one with the other, showing real-time flow video footage from cameras active along the route.

Enhanced road system

thanks to constant supervision. 

Real Time

to optimise reporting and events.

Storing

and reporting of traffic data.

Advantages for service managers and benefits for drivers

The technologies in the MOVYON Control Room allow for overall operating management of traffic and constant a real-time view which helps save time and makes road system safer.

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MOVYON technological innovation on the solution

Integrated Road Travel System (SIV)

This software, the heart of the Control Room, makes it possible to supervise and manage the general condition of traffic on roads and motorways. The platform collects all reports, then allows for their processing and management in the form of events visible through a graphic representation of motorway sections (synoptics) and through a geo-referenced map.