Mercedes-Benz vehicle data and advanced software tools for road mobility safety

Mercedes-Benz has been awarded a far-reaching contract for road monitoring through vehicle data by the Netherlands’ Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management (Min I&W). The project spans two years and covers three key areas: Winter Management, Asset Management and Road Safety.

The geographical breadth of the Road Monitor programme (ROMO) extends across all provinces of the Netherlands with a roads network of more than 130,000 kilometres. Mercedes-Benz will work in close partnership with the Dutch authorities to provide valuable and easy-to-use insights that will help make cities and communities more liveable, with, safer, more efficient and more sustainable mobility.

The project partners will use advanced software analytics to leverage anonymised data for good and ensure greater safety for all road users. Data protection has the highest priority. The raw material for this is anonymised data from car-to-X or other systems from intelligent, connected Mercedes-Benz vehicles.

By working together on this unprecedented scale, experts from both Mercedes-Benz and the Netherlands’ Min I&W will build on existing assets to create added value through individualised solutions tailored to specific needs. This creation of shared value will not only assist the experts in their day-to-day work, but also aims to establish a whole new level of safety for citizens.

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