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Press event at the Wilhelm Schröder GmbH

WDR 2017 10In the course of the general discussion about the lack of parking lots on motorways, the WDR published a report on the MFDS Smart Parking System of Wilhelm Schröder GmbH. Focus was on how information about free parking areas can be generated at highways and connected to the road users, especially the truck drivers.

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MFDS continues to find agreement in politics

Verkehrsminister WuestImportant guests to the A45 rest area Sauerland-West. The two politicians NRW Minister of Transport Hendrik Wüst and the CDU-member of the Bundestag Dr. Matthias Heider received a practical insight into the MFDS technology. Managing Director Kai Okulla explained ...

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Horizon 2020 project approved

Horizon2020Wilhelm Schröder GmbH has applied for and has received a development project of the EU to transfer the current developments in the area of traffic engineering to the requirements of the entire EU and its Member States. In the SME instrument of the Horizion2020 program, a feasibility study and an elaboration of the markets and possible customers abroad are carried out together with our consultant "Hans Eßer und Partner".

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Federal policy shows interest in the Hüinghauser warning system


Herscheid/Berlin. It is a system that should save human life: the traffic detection system of the company Wilhelm Schröder from Herscheid. The telematics system is designed to detect wrong-way drivers in miliseconds, and warn the affected highway drivers on the route. Now the Ministry of Transport in Berlin has also come to the attention of the system.


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Scientific paper published

paperWith the support of Wilhelm Schröder GmbH, the TU Dortmund has published a scientific paper about the classification of vehicles based on so-called ray tracing simulations and machine learning methods within the scope of the ongoing ZIM project. The paper, titled "Radio-based Traffic Flow Detection and Vehicle Classification for Future Smart Cities," will soon be presented in Sydney at the world's largest meeting, the VTC - Vehicular Technology Conference of the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers).

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