Tunnels are an integral component of the road infrastructure in almost all European countries. Their operation is a concern for most local authorities, as it affects the drivers’ safety, and it involves significant energy expenditures due to lighting and ventilation. To address these issues, the Province of Trento, Italy (PAT) is funding a 3-year research and development project1 called TRITon (Trentino Research and Innovation for Tunnel Monitoring, triton.disi.unitn.it), involving the local university and research centers, as well as industry partners.

Adaptive Lighting in Road Tunnels Using Wireless Sensor Networks

Matteo Ceriotti;Roberto Doriguzzi;Stefan Guna;Mottola, Luca;Amy L. Murphy;Matteo Nardelli;Gian Pietro Picco;
2009

Abstract

Tunnels are an integral component of the road infrastructure in almost all European countries. Their operation is a concern for most local authorities, as it affects the drivers’ safety, and it involves significant energy expenditures due to lighting and ventilation. To address these issues, the Province of Trento, Italy (PAT) is funding a 3-year research and development project1 called TRITon (Trentino Research and Innovation for Tunnel Monitoring, triton.disi.unitn.it), involving the local university and research centers, as well as industry partners.
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