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Member: Kapsch TrafficCom AG

Company Name:Kapsch TrafficCom AG
Address:Am Europlatz 2, 1120 Vienna, Austria

Contact: Nathalie Leboucher
Phone: +43 50 811 7817

Company description:

Kapsch TrafficCom is a provider of intelligent transportation systems (ITS) in the application fields of road user charging, urban access and parking, road safety enforcement, commercial vehicle operations, electronic vehicle registration, traffic management and V2X cooperative systems.

Kapsch TrafficCom covers with end-to-end solutions the entire value creation chain of its customers as a one-stop shop, from components and subsystems to their integration and operation. The solutions of Kapsch TrafficCom help to provide funding for infrastructure projects, to increase traffic safety, to optimize traffic flow, and to reduce environmental pollution from traffic. The core business is to design, build and operate electronic toll collection systems for multi-lane free-flow traffic.


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Charging usage-based tolls is the most efficient and fair way to control road traffic, finance the traffic infrastructure, and offset ancillary expenses such as environmental pollution.

Whether we are talking about all-electronic toll collection in free-flow traffic or automated payment at conventional toll collection points (“toll plazas”), whether for individual roads or entire regions, whether distance-based or time-based charging: We design, implement, and operate the optimum solutions to meet our customers’ needs. In addition, we also take care of migrating existing systems.

To do so, we use a combination of various methods:

  • Radio communication via “microwaves” (DSRC toll) – DSRC, or Dedicated Short-Range Communication (915 MHz, CEN 5.8 GHz, WAVE/G5 5.9 GHz, ISO 18000-63)
  • Vehicle tracking via satellite (satellite toll) – GNSS , or Global Navigation Satellite Systems
  • Automatic recognition of number plate (video toll) – ANPR/ALPR, or Automatic Number Plate Recognition / Automatic Licence Plate recognition
  • Vehicle classification via sensors – video, lasers, etc.


Domain: Taxation


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Traffic Management

In 1868, the first traffic lights were installed in London. Today, modern traffic volumes call for new political and technical approaches. The methods applied vary from country to country, city to city, and road to road. Our technologies can be adapted to any of these.

We offer traffic management solutions for:

  • Highways
  • Cities
  • Managed lanes
  • Tunnels & Bridges
Domain: Traffic


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