Improving traffic safety for school children with real time data.
To support the development in small towns and rural districts with smart technologies.
Smart Village Svebølle is a living lab for test and implementation of smart technologies supporting development in small towns and rural districts. In Smart Village Svebølle we have for the last 6 to 8 month collected traffic data by sensors mounted in poles in front of the local school.
What the project aims to solve
Based on the collected data, and real time data, we want to demonstrate a smart solution for improving the traffic safety for school children and others who passes the street and square in front of the school in Svebølle. The solution is expected to combine known technologies with new smart technologies using e.g. the present networks, smart phones, LED streetlight and retrofitted new hard wares. You can find more infoabout Smart Village Svebølle here (in Dk).
The project team behind the tests & digital infra structure in Svebølle includes the development department in the municipality of Kalundborg and SEAS NVE
The Traffic safety group behind the specific activities in front of Svebølle Primary School also includes the traffic experts in the municipality planning department and representatives from the school.
Svebølle, 10km East of Kalundborg, on Zealand, Denmark.
Project design: May –June 2017
Tender: August 2017
Construction phase: September – January 2018
Operation and evaluation phase: January 2018 – May 2018
Project consortium involving Kalundborg Municipality, Zumtobel, SEAS NVE, Exlumi is established.