The full range of the Anas road safety barriers is designed to safeguard and protect all road users, especially the most vulnerable, such as motorcyclists. Other innovations include steel barriers designed for extreme installation conditions – unfortunately, a recurring situation – called H2 and H3 TS0.
Roads of the future will also be in the limelight at the Anas stand, featuring Anas Smart Road technology for the development of Smart Mobility and the future use of autonomous vehicle driving scenarios.
The project is aimed at improving road safety and making traffic flow more efficiently. It is based on a complex digital platform that is deployed on the road network as what could be called a ‘nervous system' with the support of technologies such as IoT (Internet of Things), AI (Artificial Intelligence), Big Data and advanced sensors through the development of the national ultra-broadband network.
Also present on the stand will be the company’s Technology Access Point and the Technology Energy Gate – both essential technologies for achieving tomorrow's sustainable mobility.