ZOOF | A16
Every day, Rijkswaterstaat works to make the Netherlands accessible. We do this not only by building new roads and waterways, but also by using existing infrastructure more efficiently. Innovative travel information and traffic management systems can help us do that. We are currently working – in coordination with Germany and Austria – on the introduction of a number of cooperative ITS services on a so-called ‘corridor’, the route that runs from Rotterdam, via Breda, Tilburg and Eindhoven to Venlo (A16 – A58 – A2 – A67):
V-tron has stepped in as an HMI (Human Interface) supplier. V-tron provides the interface towards the driver. If there are messages to be displayed from the roadside (A16 – A58 – A67) then this is shown to the driver in the ZOOF app and he/she can adjust his/her driving behavior accordingly.
More information about this project can be found on the site of the ITS Corridor