Work-Zone and Emergency Communication Devices

work-zone safety
News October 18, 2017
In a new study funded by the Minnesota Department of Transportation, researchers at the University of Minnesota investigated the potential advantages and possible disadvantages of vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) in-vehicle messages to communicate to drivers traveling in work zones.   The...
Article June 09, 2015
Mobile work zones are used for many road-maintenance operations such as roadway striping, sweeping and minor pothole repair.   The Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) includes some guidance for the layout of mobile work zones. A typical layout involves the use of shadow vehicles,...
Article September 26, 2003
In heavy construction and demolition there is always a certain amount of risk to workers. Some common causes included flying debris, poor visibility, collapsing material, falls, inhalation of noxious fumes and exposure to vibration and noise.  Integrating electric remote-controlled equipment into...
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