Kistler weighs in with its WIM systems

Swiss-headquartered Kistler is using ITS World Congress to present the company’s proven weigh-in-motion Lineas sensors, available in three sensor lengths: 15m, 1.75m and 2m, and two connecting cable length options – 40m and 100m.
Classification & Data Collection / October 29, 2019
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Joe Ong of Kistler

Direct from ITS World Congress 2019

Swiss-headquartered 657 Kistler is using ITS World Congress to present the company’s proven weigh-in-motion Lineas sensors, available in three sensor lengths: 15m, 1.75m and 2m, and two connecting cable length options – 40m and 100m.

In 2016, the Hungarian government adopted Kistler’s system, buying 1518 sensors to detect and identify overloaded vehicles in real time, says Joe Ong, general manager of Kistler Southeast Asia.

“We are able to provide proven WIM technology based on OIML R-134 certified system, as well as locally available technical support,” says Ong.


Supported by OIML certification, Kistler’s WIM systems are based on maintenance-free Lineas quartz WIM sensors and the Kistler WIM Data Logger.

Ong says the trend in the South East Asia’s largest ports is to upgrade entry and exit point weight check gates using targeted highly accurate no-stop WIM systems.

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