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Dynamic Message Signs are not only used by local and state governements, SESA recently commissioned multiple types of signs for Norfolk Naval Base in Virginia.
SES America, Inc. has kicked off 2018 by initiating manufacturing on embedded dynamic message signs for use in several Truck Parking Availability System (TPAS) projects across the U.S. The signs are used as part of an overall system designed to inform truck drivers of safe, reliable locations to park and rest as required under federal guidelines, and display the number of available parking spaces at a given location.
Wyoming DOT, with SES America has signed a procure and installation agreement to complete new technology Retrofit Upgrades of 43 existing legacy Dynamic Message Signs (DMS) along interstates I-80, I-25, and designated state highway routes. Spread throughout Wyoming from Yellowstone to Cheyenne, are side of the road DMS with 12 inch characters as well as walk in, over the road DMS signs depicting three lines of 25 characters in 18 inch high character format.
SES America, Inc. and partner successfully commissioned and installed Variable Speed Limit Signs on the I-25 south of Sheridan, Wyoming and will help improve safety by adjusting the speed limit to the weather conditions. The state of Wyoming receives a large amount of snow every year and reducing the speed under harsh conditions has a direct positive impact on road safety.
SESA Messenger S eries
SES America, Inc. is proud to announce the recent completion of manufacturing and delivery of its Messenger Series Dynamic Message Signs for the Regina Bypass project in the province of Saskatchewan, Canada
SESA Messenger S eries
SES America, Inc. is proud to announce the recent completion of manufacturing and delivery of its Messenger Series Dynamic Message Signs for the New Hampshire Department of Transportation. The signs are being installed as part of NHDOT’s widening and reconstruction of the Spaulding Turnpike in Newington and Dover.
Largest M6000 ever
SES America succesfully delivered an immense Walk-In Messenger 6000 in Buffalo, NY . This full matrix DMS is 36.5 ft long and 7.11 ft high with a display matrix of 28 x 160 pixels and a pitch of 66 mm, making this type of DMS one of the largest ever commissioned by the company.
This DMS is equipped with an access door for ease of access and maintenance to all components. All components are rated to operate in very harsh environments and extreme temperatures. It also has high performance LEDs allowing for better visibility of messages displayed.
The use of high intensity LEDs and highly efficient power and control components are part of the Messenger series’ overall system aimed at eliminating the need for expensive cooling systems and reducing maintenance costs, while providing 30% greater energy efficiency than the industry standard.
SESA also provided controller cabinets with the latest version of the SCU6 controller, specifically designed to meet DOT requirements. Like all of SESA products, this DMS is fully NEMA TS4 and NTCIP compliant. SESA technicians and customer service team provided assistance to contractor during commissioning and installation.
SESA ' YIELD TO PEDESTRIAN' Blank Out Sign
SES America recently deployed a 36" LED 'Turning Vehicles Yield To Pedestrian' symbol sign for the City of Portland, ME.
This robust, easily observable sign is equipped with a light sensor to seamlessly adjust to morning light conditions and a polycarbonate face for a higher level of protection. Additionally, it is maximized with complete 30 degree viewing angle, made possible by the calculation of a SESA microprocessor that offers the appropriate lighting for increased visibility.
A Wide Messenger 6000
As part of its multi-year contract with the City of Calgary in Canada, SES America recently delivered a massive 27.5 ft long Messenger 6000. This full matrix DMS installed on the Deerfoot Trail replaces an older obsolete DMS. It was successfully integrated with the city's NTCIP traffic managment software and is capable of displaying large font and graphics. SES America provided assistance and training during the sign installation and a continuous customer support since then.
This large DMS is equipped with 9 front access doors to guarantee ease of access and maintenance to all components. All components are rated to operate in very harsh environments and extreme temperatures. SESA also provided the controller cabinet with the latest version of the NTCIP SCU6 controller . Like most of SESA's projects, remote testing was conducted prior to delivery. SESA also provided remote access to the sign for the City to test and display messages while under testing at its facility in Warwick, Rhode Island. This integration was coordinated by SES America's customer service team.