Metropolitan City: infrastructure and services
Complex transport networks require intelligent optimization.
When we talk about Smart Mobility City, we refer to metropolitan areas characterized by a complex system of roads, motorways and railway systems of different types, but also by other infrastructures and transport services for mobility.
There are many achievements regarding the mobility on the territory that are now considered by the media as “smart”. Whether it is about innovative systems for road traffic control (Tutor, Intelligent Cameras, ZTL) or optimization of service areas (parking automation, charging services for electric cars), we hold permissible to “talk” of smart initiatives, but not yet of “smart cities”.
The complexity of the networks and transport services available in a metropolitan area – together with extremely heterogeneous nature of the people and goods movements, resulting from the considerable dynamism of all economic productive, social, leisure and tourist activities – requires drawing on the most effective forms of “intelligence”, able to provide an answer to every need for information, management and optimization related to decisions on the moving persons and goods.