Edeva to deliver two ActiBumps to Curtain University in Western Australia
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Edeva is to deploy two active speed bumps at Curtain University in Perth, Western Australia, following an initial deployment in which speeding was reduced from 70% to 25%.
Edeva’s Actibump detects the speed of oncoming vehicles and lowers its hatch by 60mm in the road surface if a driver is speeding – which sends a physical bump to the driver.
Both Actibumps will be installed on Townsing Drive while a third is to replace a ‘dumb bump’, a moulded black plastic bump near the Manning Road entrance, which has caused traffic to slow down to a near stop.
Edeva says its Actibumps are maintenance free and have not required any intervention since being installed last year.
In July 2018, Curtain University activated two ActiBump systems along a road around its campus during the summer break.