GEWI Hosts Work Zone User Group

‚ÄčPart of the continual evolution of the TIC product is a continual information exchange between GEWI and the customer to collect new project requirements, and to receive feedback on new features of the TIC system. In February 2016, GEWI hosted a Work Zone user group at the GEWI offices in Bernburg, Germany allowing users to share their general experience of using TIC and learn the latest Work Zone features.

Two of the latest major enhancements include a new graphical interface for entering lane information for work zone lane closures, reassignment or restrictions, and the ability to issue Work Zone permits directly from the TIC system.

During the workshop, new TIC features were demonstrated and information was exchanged about how TIC is used by other road agencies and ideas were discussed about how TIC could be improved for current and future TIC system operations.

With the latest enhancements to TIC for Work Zone, the feature is now able to provide work zone information for drivers by creating traffic and travel events (TTE), for work zone planning, and now for creating work zone permits.

The next Work Zone user group workshop is planned for November 2016. For more information on TIC for Work Zones, contact
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