Some of the companies that already rely on osapiens
Use a standardised solution developed together with the German Güteschutz-gemeinschaft Verkehrszeichen und Verkehrseinrichtungen e.V.
Quickly digitise new and existing road signs by applying a serialised code and using our mobile app
Automate legally required inspections with our mobile app and ensure you always have up-to-date, complete digital data
Display marketing and promotional informGain transparency about the location and condition of your assets, as well as an overview of required inspections and renewals with our portalation
Ask your road sign supplier for signs that include the osapiens Municipal Inventory Management Solution and use it without annual fees.
Use GIAI codes to serialise signs and our mobile app to input relevant details of your traffic sign such as StVO number, dimensions and reflectivity class. Your location and municipality are automatically assigned and all the sign's data is immediately stored in the KIV database.
New signs will already marked with serialised SGTIN codes so that the app can be directly used. Status update and other information will be saved with its location, municipality and all the master data already contained in the code.
Our mobile app also helps you check road signs. Simply scan the code, set the status to "checked", "destroyed", "to be removed", set a re-submission date if required or add photos and you have digitally documented your traffic inspection.
The data from all signs recorded with the mobile app can be viewed in the Track & Trace portal. The portal provides you with a map and list view of all the road signs in your municipality. View the details of each sign, filter by signs that need to be checked soon, replaced or destroyed, and create various reports. Easily manage your traffic signs digitally.
For your next purchase of traffic signs and street furniture, draw on the offering of sign manufacturers that have integrated the use of osapiens Municipal Inventory Management in their product portfolio. Contact us to get a list of potential providers.
In order to counteract the persistently high risk of carbon leakage to third countries due to higher European carbon prices, the European Commission has introduced a mechanism for adjusting CO2 limits - the Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) - from 1 October 2023. Companies in the EU that import iron, steel,cement, aluminium, electricity, fertilisers or hydrogen in pure or processed form from non-EU countries will have to report all imports separately on a quarterly basis and make a compensation payment in the form of CBAM certificates.
Is EUDR a concern for your organisation? Read this post to understand the regulation and learn 4 essential considerations to help your organisation comply.
The German Supply Chain Due Diligence Act (LkSG)has successfully completed its first year of implementation and represents an important and correct step towards promoting sustainable supply chains and thus responsible corporate governance in Germany. In line with the EU's Green Deal which aims to make sustainable corporate governance the European standard, the law requires companies to apply comparable environmental and social standards in their supply chains. The first wave of the LkSG which came into force on 1 January 2023 and initially only affected companies with more than 3,000 employees and a location in Germany, requires companies to fulfil their due diligence obligations, i.e. to identify human rights and environmental risks, counteract them and document these efforts. One year after the law came into force, we want to assess the progress made, reflect on the successes and challenges, and look ahead to the future of the companies concerned.
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