Econolite and Sensys Networks collaborate on wireless vehicle detection

Econolite and Sensys Networks have entered into a collaborative sales, marketing and technical initiative that will see Econolite will offer the Sensys Networks VDS240 series of wireless flush-mount vehicle detection sensor products in select regional markets. While Econolite has a proven track record of more than 20 years of providing above-ground detection that has helped power some of the world’s most successful intelligent transportation systems (ITS), there are many applications that require an in-g
Detection, Monitoring & Machine Vision / August 27, 2014

1763 Econolite and 119 Sensys Networks have entered into a collaborative sales, marketing and technical initiative that will see Econolite will offer the Sensys Networks VDS240 series of wireless flush-mount vehicle detection sensor products in select regional markets.

While Econolite has a proven track record of more than 20 years of providing above-ground detection that has helped power some of the world’s most successful intelligent transportation systems (ITS), there are many applications that require an in-ground detection solution.

Econolite and Sensys Networks have completed the development of an interface between the VDS240 sensors and the Econolite Centracs advanced transportation management system (ATMS). This provides customers with an integrated user interface to leverage the enhanced vehicle detection and data collection capabilities of the VDS240 sensors.

Group CEO Michael Doyle says it is important for Econolite to continually evaluate products that will benefit its customers. “We feel that the Sensys Networks wireless sensor represents a high performing, less intrusive detection solution compared to other in-ground sensors. We look forward to building on this collaboration,” he says.

“We are excited to team up with Econolite to better serve our growing number of mutual customers,” said Sensys Networks CEO Amine Haoui. “Wireless sensor networks represent an important new solution to improve the quality of data collection for data-driven ITS programs. With this collaboration, we will offer our customers a new level of performance and integration to enable them to optimise their road networks.”

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