Invisa has introduced a new antenna system, which will improve the reliability and range of the non-contact-sensing safety systems.
This new development in the InvisaShield technology reinforces the innovative components and connection, even while complying with the RoHS compliancy standards and CE conformity.
According to Edmund C. King, who is the CEO of Invisa, the company’s SmartGate safety products, were gaining prominence as owners of private and public facilities, parking gate manufacturers and pedestrians were all demanding it. It is being used by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, South Carolina Port Authority and the DRW Airport.
John Zappala, the Company’s President has revealed that enhanced pedestrian protection was not the only advantage provided by SmartGate but that it will also create cost savings due to reduced insurance claims and liability exposure.
Elizabeth A. Henson, who is the Vice President of Operations at Invisa, has revealed that the new antenna system would improve greatly the InvisaShield Sensors and that they would be marketing the SmartGate system chiefly to the parking barrier gate industry, as this industry was focusing strongly on methods of averting unwanted contact with vehicles and pedestrians and the associated liability problems that come along with it.