How important are water, snow and ice layers for the friction?

A recent research project of the Technical University of Berlin (TU Berlin) aimed to develop a method for predicting the friction coefficient on the road. To achieve this, the team of the university’s automotive engineering section carried out extensive braking tests. For this, an important technical aid from Lufft mustn’t be left out…

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Do you know our new sensor for traffic management applications yet?

Become acquainted to our new opto-electronical, stationary road weather based on the same technology as the mobile Lufft sensor MARWIS.

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Real Time Data Improves Winter Service in Amsterdam

In the course of the last winter, the city of Amsterdam tested the mobile road weather sensor MARWIS on a patrol vehicle. They installed the sensor in front of the vehicle shortening the distance between the Bluetooth transmitter and the receiver providing a more stable connection.

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Mobile sensors about to conquer Lithuania – successful MARWIS test

Our mobile road weather sensor MARWIS is about to conquer the streets of Lithuania. Why do we have this feeling? The indices speak for themselves…

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