In a world where everything is connected, work zones are no exception. The Connected Work Zone Notification System makes work zones safer for workers and motorists by automatically communicating key information to Departments of Transportation (DOTs), motorists and other relevant parties in real time.
Increasing awareness by informing drivers of road work locations, work zone speed limits, lane merges and more, prepares motorists to drive safely through the work zone.
Are drivers aware that there is a work zone ahead?
Advance warnings are sent through apps and connected vehicles to help motorists adapt their driving ahead of time.
Do you know where all your active lane closures are located? If speed limits were temporarily lowered?
Know where and when lanes are closed and speeds are lowered in real time.
Ver-Mac’s Connected Work Zone Notification System combines hardware and software to communicate work zone information in real time.
Information is instantly pushed to Waze to inform motorists of upcoming conditions. It is also pushed through the Work Zone Data Exchange (WZDx) to reach DOTs, Traffic Management Centers, navigation systems, and connected vehicles.
Increased worker and driver safety
Real-time information for project management
Cost savings due to fewer incidents
Information instantly pushed to DOTs, motorists, and other stakeholders
Data logging with JamLogic software
Connected work zones are mainly used for:
Which products are part of a connected work zone?
The following products can be part of a connected work zone:
Do I need to use all the devices listed above to have a connected work zone?
No. Devices can be used individually, or in any combination. It all depends on your work zone’s needs.
How does your equipment connect to the Work Zone Data Exchange?
All Ver-Mac equipment is compatible with the latest version of the Work Zone Data Exchange (WZDx) and will connect directly to it if your work zone is connected. To find out more about the work zone data exchange, visit our page on the WZDx.