Tunnel VisionMultiple tunnel implementation of A-to-Be ATLAS
A-to-Be has multiple tunnel automation and telematics systems delivered in recent years, of which the following are a short selection. This enabled that clients could now manage tunnels in a unified way together with the remaining infrastructure, thanks to A-to-Be ATLAS™.
- Gardunha Tunnel, Portugal, 2014
A-to-Be created and installed a VoIP based segmented broadcasting system for the SCUTvias’ tunnel in Gardunha, (Fundão, Portugal). This project included a maintenance contract currently in effect since January 2014.
- Tunnel network for Brisa, Portugal, 2010
A-to-Be delivered a multitude of automation systems in Montemor tunnel — closed circuit video cameras, emergency call boxes, variable message signs —, all integrated with the central system — A-to-Be ATLAS™, all currently in operation in Montemor, Mato Forte, Carenque, and Águas Santas. On a later project phase additional systems were integrated in ATLAS, namely ventilation, lighting, energy, fire detection, and signage. In Mato Forte tunnel a broadcast system was delivered and integrated.
- Tunnel integrated network for AELO and AEDL, Portugal, 2011
Using its ATLAS tunnel module, A-to-Be was awarded a contract for the integration and supply of tunnel automation systems, with the following components — CCTV, emergency boxes, Variable message signs, lane and speed control signals — delivered in the three tunnels of Telheiro, Covelo and Seixo Alvo, as well as the urban tunnels of Soares dos Reis and Avenida da República.
- Tornada tunnel for AEA, Portugal , 2011
A-to-Be also integrated automation systems for CCTV, variable message signs, lane control signals at Tornada and Cela Velha tunnels for AEA (Auto-estradas do Atlântico).