The Marieholm Tunnel in Gothenburg aims to bridge the barrier that the Göta älv poses and solve the capacity problems that exist in the Tingstad Tunnel. The tunnel is built as an immersed tube tunnel under the Göta älv and the aim is to increase accessibility and reduce the vulnerability of the traffic in Gothenburg. The tunnel will be 500 meters long and have three lanes in each direction. Marieholm Tunnel will be completed in 2020.
From February 1, 2016 onwards, two of Sweden's most prominent system integrators with specialisation in integrated systems, digital imaging, intelligent video, intrusion alarms and access control systems will coordinate their operations.
You have previously been able to read news about the upcoming installation of the radar system at Jordfallsbron. Together with Swarco, ISG has now completed installation and functional testing in the prevailing traffic environment with extremely successful results.
Jordfallsbron is a 700-metre long, openable road bridge across the Göta River, Bergslagsbanan and the E45 between Hisingen and Bohus. As of this summer, a rotating radar from ISG will be installed in close proximity to the bridge.
During the last part of 2014, it became clear that ISG is the company that is going to provide the winning bids when Trafikverket placed its two framework agreements for fixed, mobile and thermal cameras out to tender.