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Case Study: Netivei Israel Smart Roads Project

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Marissa Wright

Last updated Jun 12, 2023

Netivei Israel is Israel’s national transport infrastructure authority, responsible for the planning, development and maintenance of the country’s network of interurban roads.

Tondo’s Netivei Israel project will create a smart roadway system that is efficiently managed, cost effective, environmentally sustainable and data-based. This project will reduce road congestion and enable faster and more efficient response to incidents that occur on 8500 km of roadway. It will provide management and control over more than 100,000 lighting fixtures, cameras, and other connected devices.

Netivei Israel was founded before the establishment of the State of Israel and is today one of the largest government companies operating in the country.

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