WHAT’S NEW: November 2015

NexGen Series Actuators NexGen actuators are the “next generation” of automatic door activation switches. Available in both  “Touch” and “Touchless” options, the NexGen activation switches combine the latest advances in capacitive and infrared sensing technologies with durable composite plastics, allowing us to create actuators that are both stylish and tough. NexGen activation switches are extremely thin […]

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WHAT’S NEW: October 2015

ClearPath™ Spectrum Series: Radio Control Products The ClearPath™ Spectrum series is our new generation of radio control products. The new S-COR Spectrum Coordinator functions much like a traditional wireless system receiver, while the S-TRX Spectrum transceiver acts as a traditional transmitter. This is where the similarities end. All ClearPath Spectrum products feature 2.4 GHz digital […]

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Intersector Sensor wins award!

From the ITSA site – See the full article here “Intersector” Bicycle Detection Device Helps Improve Safety for Cyclists  City of Pleasanton, CA Receives National Transportation Award WASHINGTON, DC – The Intelligent Transportation Society of America (ITS America) today recognized the City of Pleasanton, California for being one of the first cities in the country […]

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MS Sedco Awarded 2012 ITS America Smart Solutions Spotlight Award in recognition of the INTERSECTOR

The Intelligent Transportation Society of America has awarded us with the Smart Solution Spotlight award! The award was given in recognition of Inspector. We are very honored to have been awarded this prestigious award and look forward to bringing more award winning products to the market. Click here to view the announcement from ITS America and the […]

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MS Sedco Intersector in the News!

ABC 7 Article CBS Channel 5 broadcast

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New Article about MS Sedco from Popular Science

Original article by Rebecca Boyle on Popular Science here MICROWAVE SENSORS AUTO-DETECT BIKES AT INTERSECTIONS, TO TRIGGER TRAFFIC SIGNALS AND PROTECT CYCLISTS In most cities, bike commuters lucky enough to have their own lanes still cannot trigger traffic signals, forcing them either to wait for a car to pull up, or cross the street to […]

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