Emily Boissonneault

Emily works out of our Rhode Island office as the Account Executive of our Mobility Products. She manages sales associated with our smaller scale signs including Lane Control Signs, Variable Speed Limit, Blank Out Signs, and Travel Time Signs. Emily is focused on offering the most sensible solutions for each project encounter in addition to contributing customized solutions when called for to meet the needs of each client. During her spare time she enjoys traveling and exploring new places and finding hiking trails along the way. Feel free to reach out to her with any questions or for information regarding our Mobility Products. Emily can be reached at eboissonneault@sesamerica.com and her cell phone number is 401- 527-4400.

Recent Posts

SES America Awarded Kentucky LCS Project

Posted by Emily Boissonneault on Mar 17, 2017 10:26:21 AM

SES America Inc.(SESA), a Rhode Island-based manufacturer of digital, LED signage for the transportation industry is pleased to announce the successful commissioning of a multi-year statewide contract for Lane Control Signs in the state of Kentucky.

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Topics: In the News, Mobility, Traffic Control, Lane Control Sign

SESA Mobility Products are approved by Massachusetts DOT

Posted by Emily Boissonneault on Mar 6, 2017 10:42:44 AM

SES America Inc.(SESA), a Rhode Island-based manufacturer of digital, LED signage for the transportation industry has been approved by the Massachusetts Department of Transportation for their Blank Out and Lane Control Signs.  These models are now included in the MassDOT Qualified Traffic and Control Equipment List under Section 824: Flashing Beacons, Illuminated Warning Signs, and Lighted Barrier Arrows.

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Topics: In the News, Mobility, Blank Out Signs, Traffic Control, Lane Control Sign

6 Criteria To Decide if a LED Blank Out Sign Works For Your ITS Application

Posted by Emily Boissonneault on Oct 18, 2016 3:30:00 PM

  

Defining the right type of sign for a specific project can be challenging. There are many different reasons and criteria that effect the choice of one product versus another. Designing a Variable Message Sign to solve a road safety challenge requires a thorough process and defined methodology - it is important to ask the right questions.

On one side, choosing the most advanced sign that can display anything, in any color, at any time is the easiest and most unlimited option. However, this often creates other challenges like power issues, monitoring complexity, and exorbitant costs for simple applications.

On the other side, very simple and cheap solutions exists, such as static signs with flashing beacons. Although, this can also have many disadvantages and does not solve most of the problems discussed in one of our previous blogs.

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Topics: Mobility, Blank Out Signs