We want to contribute to modern and sustainable urban development by developing innovative traffic systems for a human centred society. We make this a reality by developing new technology with robust, effective, efficient and flexible solutions. We aim to favour public transport and emergency vehicles with a focus on people and their life in the city. We are convinced that a safe, secure and liveable city is created by innovative, long-term and sustainable technical solutions.
At Edeva we are looking forward to an exciting 2020. The spring is already filling up with installations, conferences, exhibitions and meetings. There are plans for Actibump installations at, at least, four places in Sweden and at least two places outside of Sweden this year.
We will attend a number of conferences this spring. At some of them we have a stand in the exhibition area and at others we are participants of the conference. Regardless of in which role we are attending we are always interested in meeting you. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you want a meeting, a run-through of what we can offer or what’s happening for us at the moment, or just chat over a cup of coffee!
We will attend:
Smart City week/Mindtrek in Tampere, Finland. We have a stand in the exhibition area January 28-29.
Global minesterial conference on road safety in Stockholm, Sweden. We’re there as participants February 20-21.
Smartbydugnaden in Oslo, Norway. We’re there as participants March 31 to April 1.
Trafikksikkerhetskonferansen in Oslo, Norway, April 21-22.
Intertraffic in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. We’re in stand 08.121 April 21-24.
Kollektivtrafikdagen in Stockholm, Sweden, May 13.
NTF’s Nollvisionskonferens, May 13.
Via Nordica in Malmö, Sweden, June 10-12.
We recently initiated a collaboration with Hordaland fylkeskommune (Hordaland county) and Statens Vegvesen, The Norwegian Public Roads Administration, in Norway. They are now prepped to install two Actibumps on a major road called Nattlandsveien in the city of Bergen.
The installation site is by a zebra crossing located near housing for people with vision impairments. There are shops on both sides of the road and it is heavily used by motor vehicles, including buses and trolley buses. It is one of the major roads leading into the city centre in Bergen, a city with over 250 000 inhabitants.
Hordaland county and The Norwegian Public Roads Administration have also chosen to use out newly developed traffic counting and vehicle classification system. An easy and cheap way to get high quality data all year round where you have an Actibump installed.
If you happen to read Norwegian, or enjoy slightly off Google translate texts, here are some links to what Norwegian media has been writing about this:
Hordaland fylkeskommune's own press release
Safer traffic environment for pedestrians and cyclists with active speedbumps
- That’s the headline of the recent press release from Trafikverket, the Swedish Transport Administration.
Their press release continues to say that In the future you can avoid uncomfortable speedbumps just by staying within the speed limit. Speeders, however, will not get away from it. The Swedish Transport Administration are now testing a new technology – Active speedbumps.
In other words, the Swedish Transport Administration has installed two Actibumps on an E-road, E65, in the city of Ystad in Sweden.
The installation is the first installation site of three intended to be installed as a test in the road network of the Swedish Transport Administration.
The test is, according to Trafikverket, a traffic safety test in the spirit of Vision Zero. Vision Zero is the vision that nobody should be killed or seriously injured on Swedish roads. Read the full press release and see their animation, in Swedish, here.
Information regarding the system is also available, in Swedish, on the homepage of the Swedish Transport Administration, which we have translated into English here.
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