Digital Street Twin
With the Digital Street Twin, you always have an overview of complex traffic and parking infrastructures. The "digital twin" records the various infrastructure features, such as parking lots, bike paths, and bus stops, and visualizes them in an interactive 3D model. With the inventory provided, you are able to manage the urban infrastructure effectively and efficiently.
The solution collects relevant data on the position, condition, and utilization of the various infrastructure features and combines them, for example, to optimize the planning of new traffic concepts, mobility stations, or other construction projects within the context of urban mobility.
Digitalization of your Transport Infrastructure
Manage Complex Infrastructures
In cities, there is often a lack of reliable data for the development of future-oriented traffic concepts, for example for the optimization of bicycle infrastructure and the reduction of individual motor traffic. Cities often fall back on outdated data that does not reflect the actual status quo in terms of positions, conditions, management, and utilization of their transport infrastructure. This leads to inefficient planning and implementation of traffic planning and construction projects. The lack of transparency regarding hazardous areas, such as potholes and low-hanging branches, also presents cities with major challenges and unplanned expenses when it comes to recording and efficiently maintaining the hazards.
Digital inventories of urban infrastructure can be managed effectively and efficiently. The entire mobility structure, from traffic signs, special parking spaces, delivery and loading zones, and parking ticket machines to bike paths, can be mapped in a digital city model, including their status recordings. This data can then be transferred via digital interfaces to existing geoinformation systems or visualized in a dashboard as 3D models.
Digital Street Twin - For Transport Infrastructures
Through the digital inventory of the available urban infrastructure in cities, individual features and their information are securely recorded as data sets in a database and, if required, graphically represented as 3D models. In addition, this data can be linked to utilization analyzes so that the static infrastructure data can be supplemented with further information on usage data and requirements.