The physical interaction between vehicle and infrastructure is a matter of increasing interest, particularly in view of the emergence of more widespread geolocation systems, a change in the scale of flows studied and new means of locomotion.

Traffic studies
Traffic studies provide data which are essential in providing insight for the development of transport infrastructure. They have a direct impact on the specificities of the lanes to be created and the characteristics of the roads.

Multi-modal supervision

Multi-modal traffic supervision is an essential resource to enable city regions to function properly in terms of accessibility, pollution and public transport economics. It helps to optimise the different traffic flows to facilitate accessibility to communities.

Dynamic simulation
To anticipate the way a new crossroads will function or quantify the impact of a new tramline on road traffic, Egis contributes its expertise in modern dynamic traffic simulation tools, imperative to be able to appraise new developments and infrastructure and control traffic.