New Product Launch - TALLY

April 2024 we are showcasing our New Product called TALLY-COUNT, CLASSIFICATION, SPEED at 

Inter Traffic Amsterdam - Stand 05.355A

For Road to ZERO planning, a data-driven approach is crucial as it serves multiple purposes:

  • Identify high-risk areas: by utilizing safety data, which can assist in identifying regions with frequent occurrences of crashes, fatalities, and severe injuries.  By analysing various data types, transportation agencies can pinpoint the areas of high-risk and prioritize their interventions accordingly.

  • Aid in Prioritize interventions: based on their potential to reduce crashes and enhance safety.  Transportation agencies can use this data to determine which interventions will be the most effective in reducing fatalities and severe injuries.

  • Evaluate the effectiveness of safety interventions: Transportation agencies can compare crash data before and after an intervention, to determine whether the intervention was successful in reducing crashes and improving safety.

  • Engage stakeholders: in the Vision of Road to ZERO planning process.   Transportation agencies can share safety data with community members, increasing public awareness about the need for safety improvements, and build support for safety initiatives.

  • Measure progress towards Road to ZERO goals: By tracking changes in crash data over time, transportation agencies can assess the effectiveness of safety interventions and make adjustments as required.

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Come See Us
Intertraffic Amsterdam 16-19 April 2024

Intertraffic Amsterdam is the platform of choice for professionals from around the world to meet. It is a biennial must attend event to stay up to speed on the developments in the fields of infrastructure, safety, parking, smart mobility and traffic management, with some 900 exhibiting companies and a visitor attendance from 100+ countries worldwide.


In February 2024 Iternz Dual device successfully received an "Interim" Type Acceptance for two (2) years by Waka Kotahi NZTA's M29-2021, whilst still monitoring performance continuously over the winters of 2024-2026 for our Internally Illuminated Pavement Markers (IIPM), receiving "Interim Type Acceptance" status for the device and allowing Iternz to undertake monitring of field tests commencing winter 2024 completed February 2026.

Our innovative road markers, DUAL and MONO, are solar-powered, recessed IIPMs that enhance road safety.  They feature an ambient light-activated white static LED, along with dual directional white or yellow lane demarcation road markers, making them highly visible for hundreds of meters in the dark.

The DUAL road marker has an additional function of a flashing blue light, which is activated if road conditions are conducive to ice or frost.  This feature is crucial in warning drivers of potential hazards on the road, making it safe for them to navigate tricky driving conditions.


Field Test in conjunction with DUAL was completed February 2023 by Waka Kotahi.   

"Type Acceptance" or Approval from Waka Kotahi was received May 2023 compliant with M29:2021 for installation on NZ public road and highways.

Site Visit SH75 & SH73

The white solar IIPM known as MONO are seen to be visibly much brighter than the standard reflectors.

Waka Kotahi Road to ZERO

We have a vision of zero deaths and serious injuries on New Zealand roads.
A vision where everyone, whether they’re walking, cycling, driving, motorcycling or taking public transport, can get to where they’re going safely. 
It might sound impossible, but Aotearoa has a plan to get there. It’s called Road to Zero.

Decade of Road Safety 2021-2030

In September 2020, the UN General Assembly adopted resolution A/RES/74/299 "Improving global road safety", proclaiming the Decade of Action for Road Safety 2021-2030, with the ambitious target of preventing at least 50% of road traffic deaths and injuries by 2030. WHO and the UN regional commissions, in cooperation with other partners in the UN Road Safety Collaboration, have developed a Global Plan for the Decade of Action, which was released in October 2021.