Is your traffic management future-proof?

What are the market trends in traffic management? Which technologies are available now and what should we expect in the future? How should we generate the data we need? How can we digitalize traffic management workflows and which demands does current measurement technology meet? Find answers to all these questions in our blog entry…

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How important are water, snow and ice layers for the friction?

A recent research project of the Technical University of Berlin (TU Berlin) aimed to develop a method for predicting the friction coefficient on the road. To achieve this, the team of the university’s automotive engineering section carried out extensive braking tests. For this, an important technical aid from Lufft mustn’t be left out…

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Road weather information stations: on the spot or to go?

Road weather sensor MARWIS + ambient weather sensor = complete ice warning systems on four wheels – this is the equation of the so-called “Ice Cars” which are already on the road both in Germany and South Korea. How something like this looks exactly and what it is capable of you can read here in the blog post…

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New Lufft technology improves winter service in Offenburg

During cold days, there’s a lot of action on the yard of the technical services in Offenburg: Large gritters drive in and out, employees fill the road salt containers and clean the snow ploughs. However, the Deputy Head of Operations there took his time to report on the challenges of the winter service and shared his experiences with the new sensor technology MARWIS.

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