We are a software company providing precise and reliable road weather information, together and to everyone

30 years of research has resulted in Klimator, a company challenging conventions, with its main purpose to innovate the road weather industry and to create value for its customers, mainly through partnerships resulting in increased efficiency for the end users. The process of working together is essential and the aim is to enhance the result for everyone involved.

Vision

We know that precise and reliable road weather data enhances safety on the roads. The recent evolution of Intelligent Mobility is radically transforming how people move; insights regarding the road weather have gone from important to crucial. Yearly, thousands of lives are lost due to bad weather and slippery roads, we aim to drastically decrease this. Together with an advancing infrastructure industry and a fully digitalized road maintenance industry, we believe our vision is not far fetched.

Our culture is to work together and with a high level of curiosity; we acknowledge from 30 years of trial and error that this is a key enabler.

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Solutions

Whether it is cost reduction, autonomous driving during the winter season or overall safer roads for all, we've got your back.

We deliver critical value to the automotive industry, the winter maintenance industry, the traffic management industry and the smart city.

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“We Solve It Together”

Product

K1- one product solving multiple problems.

We have made something very complex very simple by introducing one product. Our product K1 creates the fundament of the company on which we build adapted solutions depending on what problem we are asked to solve, making it easy for us to provide exactly what you are looking for.

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Latest News

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June 4, 2019

ITS in Eindhoven has started, join us at stand 09!

Road Weather, Road Roughness and Road Friction!

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May 27, 2019

ITS Europe 2019 - Join us in stand .09

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020  research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 774187