The Swedish Traffic Administration always focuses on the safety of road users in traffic tunnels in Sweden. ISG is currently working on supplying emergency phones for a powerful and comprehensive phone system in the Northern Link.
At the Royal Institute of Technology, KTH, you will find the School of Architecture and the Built Environment. Under the school's Department of Transport Science, is the Department of Traffic and Logistics where researchers are working to collect and analyse data from different traffic flows. Through their data collection, the researchers can create the best possible conditions for a sustainable future infrastructure for society.
The planning and construction of the tunnel’s traffic detection and camera surveillance system is implemented with total commitment from ISG and in close cooperation with the primary contractor Tunnelentreprenad AB. ISG's personnel in Stockholm are extremely focused on quality assurance with regard to the final system solution.
This autumn, ISG has been given the privilege of delivering an entirely new customizable video wall for the Øresundsbron's (the Öresund bridge) surveillance centre. The video wall provides the traffic controllers and the operative leader with a coherent picture of the entire traffic situation across the bridge and in the tunnel at the same time as critical and even emergency information is presented in accordance with pre-programmed procedures.
The forensic psychiatry building Rågården outside Gothenburg is expected to become operational in 2012. Within an area totalling some 160,000 square meters, 96 people will be cared for and 250 employees will work in as natural an environment as possible.
ISG will deliver its first tunnel project to the Public Roads Administration, Statens Vegvesen in Norway.
On 4 December 2010, the City tunnel opened with much pomp and circumstance. The day after, everyone who wanted to was able to ride for free between the new Malmö Central nedre, Triangeln and Hyllie station. This official opening has been looming ever since the groundbreaking ceremony in March 2005.
Sjöfartsverket (Swedish Maritime Administration) is following the trend and investing in the development of its current analogue system to make it digital, and thereby increasing accessibility, efficiency and safety along the waterways.
ISG continues to deliver security for Southern Link, one of Europe's longest road tunnel. Last delivery includes an exchange of nearly 400 traffic cameras.
The ITS World Congress will be held in Stockholm from 21 to 25 September 2009. Together with Traficon and Optelecom-NKF, ISG will be on hand to show examples of future solutions for more reliable transports.
For the past two years, ISG has been analysing life cycle cost prior to starting most projects, even when the client did stipulate this as a requirement. A surprisingly small number of companies have realized how beneficial it is to have a realistic overall picture of what costs can be expected during the entire service life right from the initial phase.