Safer and more sustainable road transport

Road safety and smoother traffic flow are becoming increasingly important. We offer a range of electromechanical engineering solutions in all aspects of the maintenance and new construction of the road network. Our technicians assure full 24/7 service at the roadside, in tunnels and in parking areas.

Our solutions

Electromechanical equipment at the roadside

  • High, medium and low voltage installations
  • Electrical distribution
  • Vehicle identification, classification and counting
  • Street lighting and architectural lighting
  • Traffic controllers for signal installations
  • Surveillance cameras (CCTV – AID – ANPR)
  • Speed enforcement systems, traffic light detection, average speed check systems
  • Fibre optic networks and Wi-Fi
  • Information and LED signs with variable messaging
  • Parking guidance
  • Weight in motion
  • Automation, monitoring and ITS

Electromechanical equipment for public infrastructure (tunnels, parking structures, etc.)

  • High, medium and low voltage installations
  • Electrical distribution
  • Lighting, ventilation, motive power
  • Radio and radiating cable installation
  • Smoke extraction, CO2 detection
  • Pumping stations
  • Fire-fighting systems
  • Signage
  • Access control
  • Vehicle identification, classification and counting
  • Automation, monitoring and ITS
  • Detection and surveillance cameras
  • Information signs
  • Emergency generators for power outages

Better and smarter mobility for less CO2 emissions

Technical interventions that optimize traffic flow will reduce CO2 emissions. Moreover, they improve the quality of life in the cities of the future. They are part of the broad mobility solutions that ENGIE Fabricom offers. Some examples.

  • Dynamic traffic guidance systems

Intelligent electronic traffic billboards give drivers different types of information such as, for example, about the lane they are driving on, the travel times or alternative routes to take in an case of a traffic accident on the road. The system works with electronic sensors in and along the road surface as well as with information from other available systems / sources. They measure the traffic flow and automatically process the incoming information into electronic messages that are shown on the signs.

More info about dynamic traffic guidance systems

  • Smart traffic lights

Electronic sensors placed in the road surface, combined with available information from other systems/sources, allow to measure in real time the traffic flow at intersections. The underlying traffic models can then accordingly to the needs of the situation be adjusted. Busy streets can, for example, get green light for longer during peak hours. The same technique can be used to set a ‘green wave’. Cars then drive through different traffic lights at a constant speed without being stopped at red light. Result: a smoother flow.

More info about smart traffic lights

  • Parking guidance

Dynamic parking guidance systems guide drivers, using electronic billboards and digital Aps, to available parking spaces and immediately take into account the traffic flow.

  • Cameras with number plate recognition

ANPR stands for automatic number plate recognition. An ANPR system reads number plates with cameras, then links this data to information in databases, allowing authorities and security services to identify drivers. Since number plates vary in different countries, the system has to be very versatile. ANPR cameras are also used to monitor low-emission zones at the entrance of the city centres.

More info about license plate recognition

  • LED lighting in tunnels

Dimmable LED lamps increase visual comfort in tunnels. They allow the lighting to be adjusted automatically to the weather conditions outside and to the sun. LED lights also last much longer and require less maintenance.