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Smart Work Zones: Using Technology to Improve Safety for Workers and Motorists
Smart Work Zones (SWZ) are being deployed across the country as states and transportation agencies work to improve communication and increase safety.
Sensors deployed in work zones and within roadway infrastructure can work together to gather real-time data and communicate with motorists about potential hazards, lane closures, delays, and other critical information.
In this webinar, learn about the future of Smart Work Zones and how states around the country are deploying technology and leveraging real-time data to improve safety for motorists and workers. WGI’s Acey Roberts (Traffic Operations Division Manager) and Glenn Havinoviski (Manager, Transportation Tech and Connected Communities) originally presented at the FDOT Transportation Symposium webinar series.
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