SRL Traffic Systems is on the look out for talented individuals to join its new technical team, set up to support its continued growth and innovation.
The new team, led by Kevin Gilday, Product and Compliance Manager, an experienced and widely respected figure within the ITS sector, will co-ordinate the management of new and existing products from across the company’s entire hire and sale portfolio. This will include various message signs (VMS), CCTV, potable traffic signals and the Urban64®, an intelligent temporary traffic system, that provides many of the advanced facilities more normally found in a permanent traffic installations.
Richard Tredwin SRL CEO said: “To support the ongoing delivery of leading-edge solutions to the traffic management, construction, event and utilities sectors we need to maintain our competitive technological edge. We are looking to build a team of people around Kevin who have the technical knowledge of traffic control products and systems, VMS signs and CCTV equipment; people who can support new and existing technologies, product management and lifecycle and the approvals process. It’s an exciting opportunity for the right people to join a fast growing, fast moving company at the forefront of its industry.”
The expanding team will be involved in progressing the existing and new product technologies that are very often, new to market. In late 2020 SRL responded to customer demand to develop some market leading new technologies.
SRL’s Multiphase Adaptive Detection System (ADS) detector is the industry’s only multiphase adaptive detection system for temporary and portable traffic signals, to support local authorities and utility companies as they strive to reduce the level of congestion around their roadworks and cities.
SRL also introduced the industry’s first portable CCTV to provide not only a 3600 panoramic view, but also a perspective of the 1800 beneath the camera, allowing users to achieve a superior level of surveillance, responsiveness, and security.
In early 2021 SRL developed its first contactless mobile pedestrian system, Wave and Wait sensor, to help beat the pandemic by allowing pedestrians to reduce their contact with surfaces that can carry the Covid-19 virus.
If you want to be part of this exciting new team the new roles will be advertised widely across the industry, some of which you can find already published on the LCRIG website.
For further details please visit: www.srl.co.uk