Weigh in Motion (WIM) products are the spearhead for Chinese firm Wanji
’s thrust into markets outside its homeland.
“WIM is the beginning,” says Zhao Zhai, director of Wanji. The company launched the first direct enforcement system for overloading management in China and is now looking at markets in Eastern Europe.
“There are governments who are interested in adopting the technology,” he goes on. The company has a strip sensor and intelligent weighing controller among its offerings, along with the WIM scale DCS-60K II, which adopts tracking algorithms based on real-time data.
Wanji is exhibiting on its own stand for the first time at the ITS World Congress in Copenhagen. “We have accumulated knowledge and experience,” says Zhao. “Getting the customers’ trust is very important. Reliability and customer relationships are key.”
Wanji is showing off its Lidar product WLR-711, which it says can be used under extreme weather conditions and has a long lifespan.
The company also has Vehicle to Everything (V2X) products in its portfolio, including V2X communication terminals based on DSRC and LTE-V technologies.