Specialist trade fair for traffic and transport: Intertraffic Amsterdam 2014


Intertraffic Amsterdam is one of the largest international specialist exhibitions for traffic infrastructure, traffic management, road safety and parking. At the trade fair, which takes place from 3/25 to 3/28 in Amsterdam, the specialist visitors get a comprehensive overview of the latest products, services and solutions from numerous exhibitors. Intertraffic also provides an insight into future trends and developments.   Continue reading


Deer crossing on green bridges: laser scanners assist in making available better image results

Woeste Hoeve

Highways and other busy traffic routes are dangerous obstacles for animals living in the wild. Green bridges (wildlife crossings) connect the animals habitats. Roe deer, red deer, wild boars, and other wild animals can cross traffic routes without danger. At the Dutch wildlife crossing location of Woeste Hoeve, the state forest administration wanted to learn how many and what types of animals use the bridge. LMS511 2D laser scanners from SICK assist in making available better image results. Continue reading


Aircrafts parking position on a dime with 2d laser scanner LD-OEM

Saving time and fuel as well as stopping at the gate quickly and safely are the most important benefits offered by the optical aircraft docking systems by FMT Aircraft Gate Support Systems AB. The Swedish company develops and produces passenger boarding bridges, visual docking, information, and management systems for airports. LD-OEM 2d laser scanner from SICK ensure that aircraft accomplish precision landings not only on the runway but also in front of the passenger bridges at the gate. Continue reading

Building Security

No escaping for anyone here: Camera control in a forensic clinic using laser-tracking system

LASE PeCo Systemtechnik GmbH, a system integrator headquartered in Wesel, Germany, supplies high-quality laser sensors and laser-based system solutions for individual tasks. For a forensic clinic in Northwestern Germany, the company was commissioned to develop and produce a solution for a fully automatic camera control as part of a surveillance system used to monitor prisoners and objects. Continue reading