Two major projects wins for Adaptive Display Solutions
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Dennis Thums (left) and Jessie Swinea of Adaptive Display Solutions
Adaptive Display Solutions has been awarded two major projects in Atlanta, Georgia, with Brooks Berry Haynie & Associates. Together, the projects represent the largest delivery of full-colored dynamic message signs in the State of Georgia. The first project is “I-75/I-575 Managed Lanes in Cobb & Cherokee South”.
Adaptive has started shipping its first installment of 65 full-colored Dynamic Message Signs (DMS), ranging from small five-character toll lane pricing indicator units all the way up to Georgia’s first 96 rows x 400 columns walk-in 20mm pitch DMS.
On the “I-75 @ 1 LOC & I-675 @ 1 LOC – Managed Lanes North” project, adaptive will begin delivering 115 full colored dynamic message signs in early 2016, including toll rate signs, travel time signs and large walk-in signs.
Adaptive signs offer 20/20 clarity and readability with built in Glare-Shield and AutoShine technologies. Glare- Shield dissipates sunlight and reduces glare while AutoShine auto-adjusts ambient light levels for maximum clarity.
Adaptive A-Series displays are both UL and cUL Listed and have recently been UL Energy Verified.