SES America, Inc. (SESA) has completed the manufacturing and commissioning of solar powered Blank Out Signs (BOS) along Route 6 in Scituate, Rhode Island. This deployment is one of several solar system installations currently being deployed by SESA in the State for ITS equipment intended for Weigh Station and Travel Time applications.
SES America, Inc. has partnered with Florida Department of Transportation and a local contractor to successfully complete installation and commissioning of thirty five (35) new Retrofit Upgrades of existing amber legacy Dynamic Message Signs (DMS) in major highways along downtown Jacksonville and surrounding area.
As part of a multi-year contract with the Arizona Department of Transportation, SES America, Inc. is currently installing over thirty (30) new high resolution, full color Retrofit Upgrades of existing amber legacy Dynamic Message Signs (DMS) in both urban and rural locations all across the state. These signs will post both weather and travel related messagescapable of full matrix, full color characters on a roadside application. Retrofit upgrades have already been performed in cities such as Flagstaff, Williams and Prescott.
SES America, Inc. (SESA) has completed the manufacturing and commissioning of a solar-powered Dynamic Message Sign (DMS) along Interstate 93 Northbound at Tilton, New Hampshire. This deployment is part of the S6000 product family and is one of several solar system applications currently being deployed by SESA in the State for ITS equipment including DMS, CCTV and Variable Speed Limit systems.
SES America, Inc. (SESA) has completed the manufacturing and commissioning of twenty (20) grid and solar-powered embedded dynamic message signs as part of the Maine Department of Transportation’s travel time project across the state. These full color signs are part of the M5000 and S5000 product families and another testament to SESA's energy efficient technology and customizable design to best match its client needs..
These installations expand on the existing network of SESA Dynamic Message Signs and continue the history of successful travel time sign deployments in New England after Massachusetts and New Hampshire.
Leading dynamic message signage and ITS solutions provider, SES America, Inc. announces the hiring of Mark Coker as Regional Manager for the western part of USA and Canada. Mark will support strategic initiatives for sales and client acquisition, promoting products and services and ensuring overall client satisfaction. A seasoned sales professional, Mark has extensive knowledge of account management and business development.
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SES America, Inc. celebrates the conclusion of the 2018-2019 ELECOMP Capstone Design Program at the ELECOMP Summit held on May 10, 2019. The program is created by the University of Rhode Island's Department of Electrical, Computer and Biomedical Engineering and it aims to promote a dynamic collaboration between senior-level engineering students and industry sponsors to design, build, program, and test solutions to real-world problems.
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Earlier this month, a new M6000, Amber Walk-In Dynamic Message Sign was successfully installed and commissioned along State Highway 139 (on the western edge of Colorado), by SES America, inc. in partnership with Paonia, Inc. for the Colorado Department of Transportation.
SES America, Inc., has recently completed another successful Dynamic Message Signs (DMS) deployment for the Delaware Department of Transportation, with delivery of two Walk-In DMS on RT 30. These initial installations are part of a multi-phase project across the State.
As part of an upgrade to the fiber and communications infrastructure in the City of Los Angeles, SES America, Inc., in partnership with Sturgeon Electric California, LLC recently installed and commissioned Dynamic Message Signs (DMS) to facilitate the information and resulting travel options for commuters in the nation’s largest city. Located near prominent intersections such as the La Cienega and Venice Boulevard junction, these Amber signs with full color capabilities will provide long needed information to major freeway access points and provide neighborhood specific information in West and South Los Angeles.