Visitors will see evidence that the recent merger between Swarco and Dynniq Mobility is moving quickly towards a joint Swarco organisation with a unified identity.
“Merging Dynniq Mobility with Swarco will help us use the joint capabilities, intensify research and development, and come up with the best-in-class solutions portfolio in urban and interurban mobility management,” said CEO Michael Schuch.
The portfolio of ITS products and solutions now is vast, as visitors to the company’s stand will see. It ranges from smart traffic lights, right through AI-based intersection control and LED variable message signs to the holistic urban and interurban mobility management suite labelled MyCity.
“It’s great to be back at Intertraffic Amsterdam!” said Swarco’s Richard Neumann, senior manager, communications and events. “This is going to be a real reunion for our industry and Swarco is delighted to be able to show our unified and expanded family of products and solutions.”
Swarco’s growth has always been innovation-led, the result of considerable R&D investment and focus. That bodes well for the future since that capability has risen with more than 200 R&D domain experts in-house, to address the rapidly changing landscape and drive innovation in the industry.
Swarco has also strengthened its industry-leading position in Road Marking Systems (RMS) with the acquisition of UK company Hitex International Group.
Hitex's companies turn over around €27 million and handle a mixture of road safety-related work: producing road marking materials and decorative surfacing products (Hitex Traffic Safety); contracting for road marking services (L&R Roadlines); and manufacturing road marking vehicles and machinery (Somerford Equipment).
In addition to addressing the importance of high-quality road markings for the upcoming age of automated driving, preformed markings, cycle path markings and airport markings are also part of the portfolio that is on show here.
Stands 2.222 (ITS), 2.236 (RMS), and 2.332 (lounge area)