Aesys demonstrates ultra low power VMS and LED parking signs
Aesys, a specialist in the LED display industry, will be using Intertraffic Amsterdam 2014 to highlight its range of traffic variable message signs (VMS) with ULP Technology. The company claims ULP (ultra low power) is the best existing technology for low consumption applications. It enables high efficiency LEDs with ULP piloting, power supplies with low dispersion, optimised electronic control, heat dissipation without external air exchange and high thermal dissipation paint. In addition, the company says that thanks to the use of a battery and photovoltaic panel, the main strength of an ULP VMS is its energy autonomy.
Aesys will be showing a range of traffic VMS signs, as well as LED displays for lane control to manage lanes for safety, emergencies, and traffic optimisation. The company will also feature its range of LED displays for parking guidance. The Aesys parking guidance system controls a network of displays located both within and outside a city to guide drivers to the closest open car parks, improving traffic flow, reducing fuel consumption and CO2 emissions. These displays receive up-to-the-minute parking information from the car parks through a central controller using either wired or wireless communication.