Messagemaker Displays set to exhibit at Highways UK

Messagemaker Displays. will be exhibiting a range of its products at Highways UK on the 2nd and 3rd of November. Those who visit stand E16 in Hall 1 of the NEC, Birmingham can benefit first-hand from demonstrations of a wide range of highway and traffic management signage – all focussing on compliance, efficiency and ease of installation. As ever, the friendly and knowledgeable team will be there to welcome visitors and answer questions.

Messagemaker Displays will be exhibiting a selection of products such as its Urban Speed Limit Repeater Sign. The TSRGD compliant sign, is ideal for enforcing new speed limits in urban areas, with a compact and lightweight design. It can be mains, battery or solar powered and has been designed with energy efficient technology to ensure its carbon footprint is minimised.

The company’s Variable Message Signs (VMS) will also be showcased at the event. Designed to communicate real-time updates on roads and highways, this product can be programmed to display a range of information, such as road closures, queues ahead and upcoming events in the area. The VMS range is also compatible with third-party sensors and systems including over height detection sensors, ANPR cameras and more.

Other products due to feature on the Messagemaker Displays’ stand include the company’s Vehicle Activated Warning Signs, Highway Approved Vehicle Activated Speed (VAS) Signs and Lane Control Signs.

“We are delighted to be returning to Highways UK,” said Danny Adamson, Managing Director at Messagemaker Displays. “It’s always provided us with a great opportunity to engage in discussions about the key issues affecting the industry and how we can help provide support. For example this year, we will be emphasising the importance of product compatibility with renewable power sources and how best to approach energy efficiency.”

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