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  • ITS Default Products Avatar Pedestrian/cyclist warning sensorFollowing extensive trials, Brigade Electronics has unveiled the new generation Sidescan, a four sensor ultrasonic detector system fitted along the side of trucks or buses to...
  • Elete Parking Machine Elite parking machineMarket driven requirements are behind the launch of the Elite version of the Aura, part of Metric Group's range of pay and display parking and payment machines.
  • ITS Default Products Avatar Customised RFIDGerman companies KSW Microtec and Melzer have announced a collaborative initiative to produce a multi-layer UHF label for customised applications in access control and asset...
  • ITS Default Products Avatar Upgraded RFID windshield tagKSW Microtec and Metalcraft have announced availability of Metalcraft's RFID windshield tag that delivers extended read range, memory and privacy for vehicle applications...
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News

  • New Zealand trials parking bay sensor technologyWellington City Council in New Zealand has begun to trial Smart Parking's bay sensor technology with the installation of an initial 72 sensors. On...
  • Smart parking in ZugNedap's parking solution for the Swiss city of Zug utilises its Sensit in-ground wireless parking bay sensors to provide real-time occupancy...
  • MAPping public transport and parking dataThe Australian city of Adelaide, which has embarked on a 30-year urban development plan, is piloting Xerox's new Mobility Analytics Platform (MAP) to...
  • User-friendly parking in SwedenSwarco has deployed what it says is the most customer-friendly parking system in Linköping, Sweden. The system utilises Swarco's latest solution...
  • Inverclyde goes green with ParkeonInverclyde Council has selected solar-powered parking terminals from Parkeon to help manage growing visitor numbers in Greenock, resulting from a...
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