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Today, we have proven that our algorithms provide value to the automotive industry and the winter maintenance industry. Also, the increasing digitalization in society will create new market opportunities. We know that Klimator’s road weather software will be valuable for mapping platforms, traffic and logistics management systems and many evolving applications for smart cities, to name a few.

Cities are responsible for most of the world’s energy consumption and most of the world’s carbon emissions, which are growing rapidly. As a result, cities are central to the world’s efforts to shift to a lower carbon development path.

Many solutions have been created in order to make transportation smoother and smarter, however, there is still something missing: accurate road weather data.This is crucial for the maintenance of safe roads yet it is often left out of the "intelligent transport system" conversation.

Cities are developing into digital hubs connecting everything and everyone, resulting in smarter, safer and more efficient movement. We provide your cities and citizens with precise and reliable road weather data in order to enhance these results. We believe that the more information you citizens have, the better decisions can they make.

We want to help you help others

Description of how we can help todays traffic management in order to enable tomorrow goals – such as:

-Increase in passability

-Increase in punctuality

-Increase in reliability

-Better decision support

-Optimized traffic flows

-Vision zero

-More useful traffic information and more secure forecasts

-More efficient handling of interference

-Safer and more environmentally conscious drivers

-Improvement of existing services

-A more robust transport system

-Enabling active mobility

-Enabling availability

-Making it easier to dynamically control traffic in time and space

-Contributing to a smart society and a sustainable society

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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