DARS d.d is a public limited company operating as a corporate entity. The sole founder and shareholder is the Republic of Slovenia (RS), represented by the Slovenian Sovereign Holding (SSH) and managed by the Management Board. DARS d.d. maintains and manages existing motorways based on granted construction concession. It organizes MW construction and reconstruction in accordance with National Motorway Construction programme. In the name and on account of the RS performs tasks regarding spatial planning and placement of Motorways (MW) into space and acquires real estate for motorway construction. Main income is generated by toll collection, which ensures the sustained development of the company.
Our main mission is to ensure socially responsible and efficient operation, maintenance and construction of the MW infrastructure in the Republic of Slovenia and provide conditions for their safe use. We promote and continually develop innovative approach to our work, having in mind the satisfaction of our customers as well as our employees. Our business is transparent and equitable for all stakeholders and in accordance with the applicable regulations. We participate in the international arena in order to exchange good practices, to be well informed and technically advanced. Road safety is our major concern; To achieve high safety standards we invest in traffic control and managements systems, prevention projects and promotional actions to raise awareness among road users.
More about DARS: www.dars.si
Kapsch TrafficCom is a provider of intelligent transportation systems in the fields of tolling, traffic management, smart urban mobility, traffic safety and security, and connected vehicles. As a one-stop solutions provider, Kapsch TrafficCom offers end-to-end solutions covering the entire value creation chain of its customers, from components and design to the implementation and operation of systems. The mobility solutions supplied by Kapsch TrafficCom help make road traffic safer and more reliable, efficient, and comfortable in urban areas and on highways alike while helping to reduce pollution.
Kapsch TrafficCom is an internationally renowned provider of intelligent transportation systems thanks to the many projects it has brought to successful fruition in more than 50 countries around the globe. As part of the Kapsch Group, Kapsch TrafficCom has subsidiaries and branches in more than 30 countries. It has been listed in the Prime Market of the Vienna Stock Exchange since 2007 (ticker symbol: KTCG). Kapsch TrafficCom currently has more than 4,800 employees, and generated revenue of approximately EUR 648 million in fiscal year 2016/17.
More about Kapsch TrafficCom: www.kapsch.net
InVision Consulting is an independent consulting and software systems provider for Road Operations. The company was the first to develop an integrated Motorway Business Analytics Suite helping operators improve efficiency and drive profitability. The software suite can work with any tolling or traffic system providing an overall insight into the business model with extensive reporting and automatic calculation of KPI’s.
The company offer includes Operation Support Software Systems & Services:
• Incident Recording/Management software / Mobile Patrol
• Maintenance Planning/Monitoring/Mobile Auditing/Third party works coordination platform.
• Customer and Subscriber Call Centre software
• Mobile applications for motorway services using an exclusive GIS relational algorithm for exact positioning
• Consulting for Business Modeling/KPI’s, Revenue Strategy/Monitoring, Customer Analysis, Concession Support, Data Auditing and Survey Services
Invision’s systems have received international awards (IBTTA Toll Excellence, IRF Global Award) and with experience of 200 Projects (including the PZDB ASECAP project delivered in 2018) can support you in delivering Efficient Data Driven Operations.
More about InVision Consulting: www.invision.gr
European GNSS: Galileo and EGNOS for next generation Road Charging
Nation-wide schemes based on Satellite Navigation are operational in Germany, Slovakia, Switzerland, Belgium and Hungary –and under implementation in Bulgaria and Czech Republic, offering innovative flexibility for large and free-flow tolling domains. When applied to specific vehicle type in large road networks, or when tolling systems are extended to new road classes, the cost-benefit advantages of satellite navigation road charging are clear.
Galileo constellation provides for free and in full compatibility with GPS, increased availability in difficult environments, better accuracy and reliability. In addition, EGNOS also provides integrity information on GPS signals.
More about European GNSS Agency: www.gsa.europa.eu
HELLASTRON (the “HELLENIC ASSOCIATION of TOLL ROAD NETWORK”) was established in 2014 by Greece’s modern motorways and toll infrastructures, namely Attica Tollway, the Rion-Antirrion Bridge, Egnatia Motorway, Nea Odos Motorway, Moreas Motorway, Aegean Motorway, Olympia Odos Motorway and Central Greece Motorway to promote road safety and improve services offered to users”.
More about HELLASTRON: www.hellastron.com
G.E.A. has become a leading company in its core activity of Toll Collection Systems, since its creation in 1970.
Today, all French motorway companies use GEA equipment with more than 90% of toll lanes on French motorways operating G.E.A. equipment. More than 12,000 G.E.A. lanes have been put into operation worldwide. GEA now has installations in more than 36 countries.
G.E.A.'s product range includes Automatic Ticket Issuing Machines for entry lanes as well as Automatic Payment Machines and Manual Toll Terminals for exit lanes. G.E.A.'s expertise in Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) covers the full range of systems encountered across the world.
G.E.A.'s software expertise utilizes cutting-edge Information Technology techniques, where G.E.A. designs state of the art Plaza and Central Toll System solutions, featuring remote monitoring and control applications through the use of advanced data communication networks.
G.E.A. is also a renowned international provider of turnkey parking revenue collection solutions.
More about G.E.A.: www.gea.fr
World Highways is the leading international magazine for road planning, design, construction, financing and management. First published in 1991, World Highways offers Global, European and Emergent editions, and each issue includes exclusive information provided by the International Road Federation.
More about World Highways: www.worldhighways.com
ITS International is the leading international magazine for traffic management and urban mobility. It is the widest circulating, most requested and best read magazine in the ITS industry, covering the full range of surface transportation, including vehicular, mass transit & light rail.
More about ITS International: www.itsinternational.com
leStrade, the most authoritative Italian magazine for the technical information dedicated to transport infrastructures, in 120-year history has consolidated its role as communication tool of the main Institutions, starting with the Ministry of Infrastructure, the National Road Body (ANAS/FS Italiane Group) and the Italian Association of Motorways Concessionaires (AISCAT). leStrade - published by La Fiaccola - proposes dossiers dealing with Tunnels and Bridges. The other sections are: Infrastructures & Mobility, Maintenance, Innovation, Materials & Technologies, Machinery & Equipment.
More about leStrade: www.lestradeweb.com
Thinking Highways is now in its 12th year as the intelligent choice in advanced traffic management and ITS magazines. Its innovative approach to providing an unbiased voice for the industry, together with its consistent editorial team and strong branding, has seen the magazine become the most influential publication in the marketplace, read by almost 17,000 transport professionals worldwide. Thinking Highways’ roster of publications includes Thinking Cities, the Connected series of supplements and Tolling Review.
More about Thinking Highways: www.thinkinghighways.com