Innovation

New challenges in the European market

 

A single device built into cars, motorcycles and heavy goods vehicles that would allow them to traverse the entire European toll-road network, paying what they owe based on the route they actually travel.

 

This is the ambitious project launched by the European Union under the name European Electronic Toll Service (EETS), a system that would allow for the interoperability of the electronic road toll systems on the motorways of the various European states and which, by introducing the “actual route” concept, will allow users to pay a fee that corresponds to the number of kilometres actually travelled.
It is a true revolution in the world of transport, which will streamline every journey, whether it be for business or pleasure.

Sinelec, gestione e sicurezza del traffico, mobilità e trasporto, infrastrutture it, Gruppo Gavio
Sinelec, gestione e sicurezza del traffico, mobilità e trasporto, infrastrutture it, Gruppo Gavio
Sinelec, gestione e sicurezza del traffico, mobilità e trasporto, infrastrutture it, Gruppo Gavio

We are there

 

Thanks to our decades of experience “on the road” and the hard work of hundreds of our technicians and staff members, we have been appointed by AISCAT (the Italian Association of Toll Motorways and Tunnels Operators) to design, create and manage, in partnership with Autostrade Tech (a company belonging to the Autostrade per l’Italia Group), a Centralised Industry System. This infrastructure will be responsible for acquiring and processing all of the toll collection data from the Italian motorway network, in accordance with European Union directives.

 

Moreover, we are already in the process of updating the technologies currently being used on roads and motorways to bring these systems into compliance with the new established standards.

 

Thanks to the interconnection between our data centres and those of Autostrade Tech, we will be able to create the most advanced system for the processing of motorway data in Italy, guaranteeing high levels of operational capability and the most advanced safety and disaster recovery technologies.

 

Our contribution to innovation does not end there. We are, in fact, also involved in the Regional European Electronic Tolling Service project, supporting EU legislation to develop services based on a cross-border model covering the toll networks of 7 different member States that use electronic collection technology (Austria, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Poland and Spain) as well as Switzerland.

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