Beijer mentioned in Keynote Microsoft Build

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On May 24th 2016, Microsoft visited Amsterdam with its developer event Build. One of the 9 locations worldwide of the Microsoft Build Tour 2016. Already during the first presentation on Microsoft’s Azure platform, Beijer Automotive was mentioned as one of the developers that Microsoft is working with. This co-operation includes the development of the new… Read more »

CHARM presentation at Intertraffic

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The Intertraffic 2016, the world’s leading traffic industry event, will be held in Amsterdam, coming 5-8 April. On April 7th, Marion Braams – CHARM programme manager at Rijkswaterstaat – will be giving a presentation on the subject of traffic management. “How to future-proof your traffic management and incident management by innovations and modernization. CHARM: the… Read more »

Road Works Warning successfully tested on Dutch highway

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On Wednesday night 11 November 2015 Rijkswaterstaat, the Dutch road authority, undertook with Beijer Automotive among others a unique test with intelligent transport systems on highway A16 near Dordrecht in the Netherlands. That night the Dutch project team successfully demonstrated the functionality of the Road Works Warning service in the first practical test at real… Read more »

Successful demo Wifi-P

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On September 23, engineers from the Dutch road authorities (Rijkswaterstaat) and its British equivalent Highways England visited Beijer Automotive in Schijndel – the Netherlands for a demonstration as part of the CHARM project. Beijer showed his clients the possibilities when cars can communicate with each other. Two cars were equipped with a so-called WiFi-P connection…. Read more »

RDW explores applications for vehicle sensor data with Beijer

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The RDW, the Dutch type-approval authority, has started a joined exploration process with Beijer Automotive, the vehicle sensor data provider from Schijndel, the Netherlands. The RDW wants to examine, in relation to its statutory duties, how these data may contribute to further improvement of road safety and environmental related data. The number of applications for… Read more »