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Yunex Traffic to supply traffic signals for new Preston Western Distributor Road

Yunex Traffic has been awarded a major contract to supply traffic signals for the new Preston Western Distributor Road (PWDR).

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Heavy-duty transport for more wind energy – Yunex Traffic as a supporter

80-metre-long rotor blades or tower sections up to 40 metres long and 5.5 metres in diameter demand space. Our technicians from Yunex Traffic are therefore not only responsible for the smooth dismantling and assembly of the systems during the journeys.

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Yunex Traffic ensures cleaner air in Wiesbaden

Yunex Traffic supports the city of Wiesbaden (GER) in the implementation of the nationwide model project "DIGI-V" ("Digitalization of Traffic in Wiesbaden").

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Yunex Traffic USA Appoints Rodney Mathis as President and Managing Director

Yunex Traffic, LLC announces the appointment of Rodney Mathis as President of Yunex Traffic USA. Mathis will help to build Yunex Traffic’s presence in the US and lead its team in driving the future of mobility for its customers.

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Portsmouth Clean Air Zone goes live – with Yunex Traffic technology

Portsmouth is the latest city in the UK to choose Yunex Traffic as the provider for its Clean Air Zone. The scheme, which came into operation on 29 November, uses the company’s Sicore II ANPR cameras to identify and register every vehicle that enters the zone.

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Yunex Traffic at ITS World Congress 2021

Yunex Traffic to introduce next generation traffic management platform and advanced digital solutions at 2021 ITS World Congress.

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Our week at the IAA Mobility 2021

We participated in this year’s IAA Mobility in Munich with one clear goal: we wanted to listen. Because it interests us what moves the citizens of Munich and other international cities.

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Automated road traffic: “Also a matter of will”

Professor Dr. Marcel Hunecke, research professor at the Applied Social Studies department of the University of Applied Sciences and Arts in Dortmund, speaks about the psychological factors influencing our mobility behavior and the new role that we humans will adopt in the future world of automated and connected road traffic.

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