Fleksibel sensorplatform skal holde holde øje med norske vinterveje
Recab deltager i projekt, som fokuserer på, hvordan man gennem digitalisering kan højne effektiviteten og kvaliteten i forbindelse med vedligehold af norske vinterveje (in english).Recab AB has together with Betelo AS been awarded the so-called "Smarte Vinterveger” (Smart Winter Roads) project. This innovation project is a joint-municipality project between Hamar, Gjøvik, Ringsaker and Lillehammer municipalities in Norway, to develop new solutions, focused on how digitalization can increase the efficiency and quality of road maintenance during the challenging Norwegian winter.
Recab are going to develop the hardware for the project, that will consist of a rugged Smart City sensor platform that can accommodate a variety of sensors and/or cameras for acquisition of environmental data like precipitation, temperature, humidity, wind force, etc.
The project will also develop solutions for the public, to provide real-time local weather information and driving conditions. A vehicle mounted sensor platform will also be developed for integration into the equipment carriers. This unit will gather relevant data from the vehicles themselves and the mounted equipment. Analysis of this data will provide the operators with information on the condition of the equipment in addition to documentation on the quality of the service.
Read more about the Smart Winter Roads project:https://www.smartemjosbyer.no/
Read more about the Recab Engineering Team: www.recab.com/engineering
Recab is a Scandinavian company specialized in IT/OT services, products and embedded solutions for demanding applications, owned by technology trading group Addtech AB. Recab delivers innovative solutions within sensors, industrial communications and tail ormade industrial computers for the northern European market.
Recab offers overall solutions from edge to cloud with world leading manufacturers within Embedded Computers Systems, Industrial Data Communications and Vision & Sensors. Recab operates in Sweden, Norway, Denmark and UK.