Would you also like to become part of our team, laugh together, communicate and significantly influence the development of our company as well as the design of traffic control? Then the position as Software Engineer .NET C# might be exactly what you are looking for. Please have a look at our job page.
We are working at full speed on the completion of a new functionality for vs | studio: the creation of so-called MAP files (at the moment used mainly in Germany). It will now be possible to create MAP files according to the DiMAP guide and C-ROADS manual. A corresponding extension for vs | studio kiwi is planned for Q4/2023. These […]
A good year ago, we rolled out vs | studio cherry and made it available as a free version of vs | studio via these pages. With the cherry version, it is possible to create and test a traffic-actuated vs | plus control system in no time at all, starting from an existing basic supply (OIVD file) and using a […]
We now also offer our popular courses on our e-learning platform. This allows you to work through the content at your own pace, regardless of time and location. In addition, you will be personally supervised by at least one trainer. Find out more on our e-learning page (currently only available in German).
vs | studio, our newest parameterization tool, is now available. With this, starting from an OIVD file, a traffic-dependent traffic light control can be created in next to no time. See for yourself and download the free version vs | studio cherry. vs | studio cherry contains the engine for generating the traffic dependency and our test bench vs | […]
The vs | verkehrssysteme ag is a traditional Swiss system house and is known for its innovative solutions in the field of road traffic technology. For many years we have been concentrating on the development and worldwide marketing of innovative traffic engineering software solutions, especially in the area of control and quality assurance of traffic-dependent traffic light systems.
On August 25, 2021, the first countdown traffic lights for pedestrians went live at the main train station of Bern. For the time being, a test run lasting several weeks is scheduled during the evening peak hours. A LED circle shows the time remaining until the traffic light turns to green. The challenge in this project was the predictability, as […]