The governments world over are waging a war on traffic, especially in developing nations. On one hand where there is lack of infrastructure and less than perfect roads, on the other is the increasing number of cars making the situation worse for the commuters and difficult to manage for the government bodies.
Traffic is an economic disease, and as a problem it's being made more acute by the growing number of vehicles on the road even in developed nations with best of the infrastructure. In the U.K. alone, motorists lost 178 hours to road congestion in 2018, costing £1,317 per person and setting back the U.K. economy almost £8 billion overall.
At VirtuSync we help reduce congestion and pollution while increasing safety and efficiency for drivers and residents. Incorporating data from vehicles and traffic management systems into smart city solutions, provides deeper insight for congestion management, traffic flow optimization and route optimization, transportation system planning, emissions management, parking management, and more.
Next comes the problem with the road infrastructure. In countries developed as well as developing, there can never be enough number of people in government bodies to monitor the status of every road keep track of the issues and fix them in real time. This leaves the motorists facing the unmotorable streets for as long as the local bodies take to notice the problem. At VirtuSync we help create platforms where public participation can be utilized in making the local government bodies pinpoint exact issues with the infrastructure and fix it in timely fashion making their work easy and the ensures pleasant, hassle free rides for the daily commuter.