Tuesday, 11 October 2016
Following a period of business expansion, SVS Ltd are pleased to welcome two new Field Applications Engineers to our team. Rob Martin and Daniel Daws recently took up their positions with the company. Rob joins us with a wealth of experience in the traffic industry having served with a market leader. He specialises in CCTV and traffic control and detection. We welcome Daniel back into SVS after a period of world travel. Daniel is currently supporting the roll-out of a number of complex projects.
Thursday, 29 September 2016
Working with Kier Integrated Services and the Canals & Rivers Trust, Smart Video & Sensing Ltd have completed the automation of the Sandfield Bridge on the Gloucester-Sharpness canal near Saul, Gloucestershire.
Thursday, 30 June 2016
Smart Video & Sensing Limited (SVS) have completed a major upgrade to the Weston Hills road tunnel (A505 near Baldock, Hertfordshire) video incident detection (VAID) system. The requirement was to upgrade the outdated incident detection system system with new cameras and the latest Citilog MediaTunnel Version 8 software. The new system was also integrated into the tunnel SCADA control system.
Wednesday, 18 May 2016
Smart Video & Sensing today completed the latest phase in re-branding our vehicles and building in Waterlooville, Hampshire. This is part of the overall name change from Smart CCTV Limited to Smart Video & Sensing Ltd – or SVS as we will be more commonly known.
Wednesday, 04 May 2016
Smart Video & Sensing exhibited at the UK Road Tunnel Operators Forum in Deganwy, North Wales on 26th/27th April 2016. The Forum celebrated 25 years since the opening of the Conwy Tunnel under the River Conwy Estuary.
Thursday, 31 March 2016
Smart Video & Sensing Ltd are pleased to announce that we have secured Department of Transport Type Approval for the Citilog XCam range of above ground detectors. Approval is to the Department of Transport's Technical Requirement specification TR2505A for the purpose of detecting vehicles at permanent traffic signals.
Tuesday, 15 March 2016
Portsmouth is currently trialling XCam smart video sensor technology for vehicle presence detection at traffic signal junctions; the first city in the UK to undertake such trials of this product. XCam works by detecting both standing and moving traffic at the junctions and interfacing with the on-street traffic signal controller. Priority can be adjusted to prevent undue delays for general traffic and public transport. It is hoped that this new video detection technology will enable economic and environmental improvement within Portsmouth through significant improvements to traffic flows, reducing congestion and delays to public transport, and therefore improve air quality within the vicinity of the trial sites.
Wednesday, 02 March 2016
BlipTrack launches new 3D object tracking radar
Monday, 22 February 2016
Smart Mobility Solution Help Portsmouth Improve Traffic Planning and Reduce Commuting Times. High-tech sensors help the City of Portsmouth to monitor the road conditions, measure the impact of major road works and events, maximize the effectiveness of diversion routes and improve traffic models. The City of Portsmouth, one of the most densely populated and traffic-tormented cities in the UK, has monitored journey times and traffic patterns for the last two years, the city´s most congested roads. The real-time data has helped traffic engineers to better understand traffic flows, improve planning and allow the council to reroute traffic to less congested routes, preventing massive tailbacks before they form.