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Trihydro Answers USDOT's Call to Action

Trihydro has joined the United States Department of Transportation’s (USDOT’s) National Roadway Safety Strategy (NRSS) Call to Action, committing to implement specific actions to reduce serious injuries and deaths on our roadways.

Trihydro is committed to helping DOTs deploy connected vehicle (CV) technology to reduce traffic crashes by enhancing its Situation Data Exchange (SDX), a software platform for data exchange and CV messages. SDX enables DOTs to disseminate Traveler Information Messages (TIMs) using third-party infrastructure such as satellite and GPS. In 2023, Trihydro will add new center-to-center communications to support cross-border communications between state DOTs, integrate map visualizations for TIM messages that include weather overlays, and develop tools that ease integrating CV messages with SDX so more drivers can benefit from TIMs. In 2024, Trihydro plans to expand SDX CV message sets to include roadside safety messages.

“For the last several years, Trihydro has spearheaded CV initiatives for DOTs, helping to simplify intelligent transportation systems and integrate them into existing infrastructure. We’re excited to continue applying transportation technology solutions to make a real improvement on our nation’s roadways,” said George Mathes, Executive Vice President and Chief Development Officer.

About the National Roadway Safety Strategy

USDOT’s NRSS outlines a comprehensive approach to reversing the rise in traffic fatalities and serious injuries on the nation’s roadways. The NRSS’s Call to Action invites organizations and individuals to participate in reducing deaths and injuries on America’s roadways and adopting the NRSS’s 5-pronged Safe System approach and a zero fatalities vision.

About Trihydro 

Trihydro tackles environmental and engineering challenges with a focus on specific industries, including the transportation sector. Trihydro is a pioneer in the connected vehicle technology sector and offers connected and autonomous vehicle (CAV) software solutions that help DOTs and smart cities use existing infrastructure to take advantage of connected vehicle messaging.

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