This will increase the speed of informing and the time of arrival at the place of emergency.
A fleet of emergency commissioners working at the Central Ring Road will be connected to the smart road system in pilot mode. V2X technology (Vehicle-to-everything, “a car connected to everything”) will connect cars and the highway, thanks to which information will be exchanged online. The project is being implemented by United Operator (a joint venture between Avtodor State Corporation and Telematica Concern).
The first to be connected to the V2X technology will be emergency commissioners who are on duty around the clock on the “smart” section of the Central Ring Road, from the M-11 Neva highway to the M-7 Volga.
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In the event of an emergency situation, the traffic management system will automatically identify it and make a corresponding mark on the map. Information about the incident will be sent to the car screen. This will increase the speed of informing emergency commissioners, designed to help drivers on toll highways.
Coordination of the work of all systems is carried out from the Central Control Center, which in the future will manage not only the Central Ring Road, but also the new M-12 Moscow-Nizhny Novgorod-Kazan highway as part of the West-East transport corridor.
As Marcel Nigmetzyanov, General Director of the United Operator company, noted, the launch of the pilot project will create the necessary basis for the further spread of smart roads in Russia.
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