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20 years of Yunex Traffic x CAOS

Yunex Traffic and CAOS are celebrating the 20th anniversary of their sales partnership. The German company CAOS supplies software systems for inventory and management of public fixed assets for municipal administration.

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9-euro-ticket: Is the public transport problem solved?

With the 9-euro-ticket, the German government aims to lessen the financial impact of rising prices on the travelling public and make public transport more attractive. However, previous projects in other cities show that prices are not the biggest issue for public transport. Rather, it is the limited supply, poor reliability and the lack of comfort that make citizens choose the car in preference to the bus or train. Markus Schlitt, CEO of Yunex Traffic, discusses how the intelligent control of public transport could solve these problems and, in doing so, increase the attractiveness of public transport in the long term.

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Open letter to the participants at the World Economic Forum 2022 in Davos

Climate change is one of the crucial challenges of our time and also on top of the agenda at World Economic Forum 2022. Causing more than 20% of global CO2 emissions , traffic is a crucial lever to master the climate crisis. With this open letter, the global leaders in intelligent traffic systems call on the world‘s economic leaders to acknowledge mobility as a crucial driver for climate change and put the development and implementation of solutions to reduce traffic emissions on top of the agenda.

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“If we can do it there, we can do it anywhere.”

Ann Arbor, Michigan represents one of the most complex, challenging traffic management problems in America. Eight Saturdays per year, the city doubles its population as more than 107,000 University of Michigan football fans congregate at the largest stadium in the nation to see their Wolverines take on the nation’s top teams. For Yunex Traffic systems and the traffic managers who control roads within miles of the stadium, football days are their game days too.

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Yunex Traffic awarded Sheffield Clean Air Zone contract

Yunex Traffic has been awarded a contract to design, supply and install a Clean Air Zone ANPR camera monitoring and enforcement solution across Sheffield City Centre.

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First Connected Vehicle Roadside Unit Proven to Talk to Automakers’ 2023 Models

Yunex Traffic, a Siemens Mobility company and a global leader in intelligent traffic systems, today announced the release of its RSU2X, the only connected and autonomous vehicle roadside unit (RSU) available in the United States tested to “talk” to Onboard Units (OBUs) in automakers’ soon to be released 2023 model vehicles.

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The future on Austria’s motorways

Our new Yunex Traffic Roadside Unit 2X (RSU2X) is being mounted on Austria's roads since end of May 2021. ASFINAG (Highway and Motorway Financing Corporation in Austria) is one of the first customers of the new, intelligent product series to further increase the already high safety standard on Austria's highways. We talked to Patrick Wunderl, Service Manager C-ITS at ASFINAG.

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From personal meetings to green innovations: our highlights of Intertraffic 2022

If we want to master the challenges of our mobility, we need to think in a networked way, act responsibly and create solutions that are different. Visitors of our stand could not only see what this will look like in practice, but also experience it.

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Green wave for clean air in Darmstadt

Yunex Traffic is installing a traffic light phase assistant in the science city of Darmstadt, which generates real-time traffic data and informs road users via app about the optimal travel speed for a green wave. The measure improves the air quality in Darmstadt and thus increases the quality of life in the city.

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