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Our fleets consists of Saferoads designed and built VMS units, with an array of Amber boards to suit your project demands. We offer full message management capabilities, excellent backup support and after hours emergency care. All VMS units are full size units. We will deliver or you can collect from our yard by arrangement. All VMS are factory fitted with GPS and are also fitted with an array of anti-theft devices. Features a live monitoring system including GPS location, power usage, solar intake and mobile comms levels.
|Deployed Footprint Length||3700mm|
|Deployed Footprint Width||2740mm|
|Max Deployed Height||4200mm|
|Number of 12V 200AH Batteries||4|
|No. of 150W Solar Panels||3|
|48 x 28 Full Matrix LED Pixels||Yes|
|400mm Character Height||Yes|
|Galvanised/Powder Coated Trailer With Extendable Stabilising Outriggers||Yes|
|On Board Battery Charger||Yes|
|No Software To Install||Yes|
|Solar Panel Tilts And Rotates||Yes|
|360 Degree Rotatable Display||Yes|
|Checker Plate Floor||Yes|
|Fully Sealed Tool Boxes With Gas Struts||Yes|
|Remotely Monitor Battery Levels, GPS Location, Power Usage And Settings||Yes|
|Scheduling Software Allows Pre Programming||Yes|
Each year thousands of shearwater birds are born in parts of Phillip Island. During the weeks between April and early May, these young birds start learning to fly.
For several years, the Road Safety Rental team have formed an integral part of the overall traffic management strategies used to ensure that as few of these baby birds are killed by passing motorists as possible. The San Remo bridge lights are turned off for a few nights during the peak of the birds’ departure, as they are known to flock around these lights. We deploy Variable Message Signs to warn drivers that the bridge lights are off, and ensure motorists are driving at safe speeds to avoid the shearwaters.
Amazingly, the birds migrate on their maiden voyage to parts of the northern hemisphere. Our team are happy to help do our bit to facilitate additional safety to the native fauna at Phillip Island.