Annette Frijns and Peter Broekroelofs
Dynniq is demonstrating the very latest technology and services in mobility, parking and energy: visitors can learn about the company’s GreenFlow services; priority for trucks and cyclists, iTLC, electric parking, and also experience Dynniq Flow via a car and bicycle VR demo.
Interactive screens show Dynniq’s Cooperative Corridors projects which are driving the future of mobility. Also being showcased is cutting-edge technology such as the company’s innovative roads systems where mobility and energy solutions are combined to provide an integrated solution. Dynniq says it is leading the way in smart mobility systems and is always looking for ways to shape the future. Its dedicated research team will be showing visitors a selection of projects/consortiums they participate in that make a difference in our everyday life.
In recent years, WPS Parking Systems, a Dynniq company, has been going from strength to strength with its WPS Parking as a Service solution. This fresh approach to urban planning improves mobility within cities and also turns parking spaces into successful revenue generators.
Visitors to the Dynniq stand will be able to experience a live demonstration of this service through which asset owners, both public and private, can have a flexible parking solution with a minimum hardware footprint. Additionally, no investment is needed to start the exploitation of under-used parking spaces.
Dynniq is also inviting delegates this week to attend one of the company’s thought leadership presentations on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.