News for 2018

  • Top 9 Products from Traffex SIB 2018

    Tanya Preston is a civil engineer turned technical copywriter and editor. As well as operating procedures and how to guides, Tanya also writes journals, case studies and white papers. Take a look at her top nine products from Traffex Seeing is Believing 2018.
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  • Bringing Connected and Autonomous Cars to Scotland

    A new event that brings together global experts in connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs) with live demonstrations has been set up to assess the latest developments and debate and discuss the way forward with future trials and research across the world, including in Scotland.
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  • Innovation Coming To Highways Everywhere

    It took a very large runway – plus overflow and indoor areas – to demonstrate the newest and best advances coming to roads in the UK.
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  • Traffex Seeing is Believing Podcasts Now Available

    Traffex Seeing is Believing is due to take place at Bruntingthorpe in Leicestershire on Wednesday 27th and Thursday 28th June 2018 and SMART Highways editor Paul Hutton is there to talk to demonstrators, exhibitors and visitors.
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  • New Technology to Solve UK's Electric Car Charging 'Conundrum'

    Smart city road and rail safety manufacturer, Crown International, will be launching its latest cost-saving innovation, a Double EV Charge Point offering a seamless kerb-side installation and rapid charging experience to drivers, with the added capability of filtering NOx from the environment, at Traffex Seeing is Believing, 27-28 June (Stand 87).
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  • Rennicks Launches Three Innovative New Products Centered Around Road Safety

    For over thirty years, Rennicks UK Ltd has specialised in delivering the latest road traffic signage and technology to various sectors including emergency services and local authorities. Now the company plans to launch a total of three new products centered around road safety at this year's Traffex Seeing is Believing.
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  • Crashes, Folding Lamp-Posts, Pot-Hole Fillers and Giant Mobile Barriers

    There’s a quiet revolution going on in world of road maintenance and the sight of miles of traffic cones on the motorway could become a thing of the past, thanks to a host of innovations that fix the road without any lane closures.
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  • Making Roads Smarter, Safer and Smoother

    The hazards of working next to 40-tonne lorries doing 60mph, having to cross a busy carriageway, or handling hot materials while moving is driving innovation in the highway maintenance world to new levels – with much of the innovation coming from the very people who face those risks daily.
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  • WJ to Deliver up the Future of Road Markings at Traffex SIB

    WJ plan to deliver up an innovative display of new road marking products and application techniques at this year’s Traffex Seeing is Believing.
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  • Highway Care Raise the Bar at Traffex Seeing is Believing

    Following on from a successful show in 2016, Highway care will be returning again this year; demonstrating a range of innovative road safety products, mobile traffic management and traffic management systems.
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  • Crashing Cars into Poles - Live demos to show fatal and safe ways to do it

    Four live demonstrations have been carefully choreographed by Traffex Seeing is Believing to show, for the first time in public, the effects of crashing into a traditional, rigid lamp post at high speed versus the same crash into a “passive” lamp post, as well as a low speed urban crash into a lightweight aluminium sign post.
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  • Don't Sacrifice Pedestrian Space for Roadworks

    Pedestrian and disability campaign groups as well as experts across the highways sector have responded to news that the Secretary of State plans to make pavements the default location for new utility infrastructure, to cut down on roadworks and potholes.
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  • Keynote speaker announced for Traffex Seeing is Believing

    Highways England’s innovation and continuous improvement director, Paul Doney, will address the highways industry’s thought leaders at this year’s Traffex Seeing is Believing on 27 June.
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  • Visit Traffex Seeing is believing for your chance to win a four ball at The Belfry

    Register for Traffex Seeing is believing today and don’t forget to head on over to Plot 31 this June where you can join Nick Holmes, UltraCrete’s Technical Field Support and Training Manager, as he demonstrates the exceptional capabilities of QC6 anti-vandal surface reinstatement concrete and Tough Patch® Rapid hybrid pothole repair solution...
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  • Traffex Seeing is believing provides platform to help drive technological change

    Discovering how current and emerging technology can help drive change on the road network will be one of the main conference themes at this year’s Traffex Seeing is believing, taking place at Bruntingthorpe, June 27th & 28th...
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