MVIS | Highways UK 2017
Tomorrow, on the 8th & 9th of November at the NEC Arena in Birmingham, Highways UK gets underway for 2017. Mobile Visual Information Systems (MVIS) will be exhibiting at the show, taking their place on stand C06.
With a reputation for world class service, MVIS will take themselves to the NEC for Highways UK for the second time.
We asked MVIS General Manager Anne Ashman about being in Birmingham for the event, Anne told us:
“We’re really looking forward to the show. It’s always nice to be able to see and catch up with our existing clients, and hopefully we’ll be able to have some positive chats with potential new ones aswell.
“We’re exhibiting our HD Quattro – the first temporary variable message sign (VMS) designed for use within work zones in order to improve safety and for public information. The HD Quattro VMS is a High Definition dual colour (white and red) variable message sign and was developed in response to feedback from customers. Weighing under 10kg this sign case can be installed on existing street furniture or on its own battery box and post.
Additionally, a real key message for us to portray to all we speak to at the show is the level of service you can expect from MVIS- whether purchasing or hiring. This is exemplified by the fact we have a 24 hour support line 7 days a week, with operatives and technicians always on call across the country to attend to our signs if needed.”
Another feature of the MVIS presence is their DATEX Journey Time Solution which has been implemented as part of the largest scheme in Highways England’s current programme.
MVIS’ DATEX Journey Time Solution (JTS) is enabling an average of 85,000 drivers daily who use the 21 mile long stretch of road involved in the £1.5bn A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon upgrade scheme, to navigate the roadworks easily and efficiently, minimising journey disruption.
“Our DATEX technology is a huge success within the industry so far- emphasised with its application on the A14 scheme that Highways England have deployed in Cambridgeshire. We’ll be happy to discuss this and explain the intricacy of our role at Highways UK. We’re looking forward to speaking with and welcoming visitors to stand C06.”