Coeval delivers infrastructure technology that advises and informs users to help create a safer environment for us all. We do this through a variety of intelligent Radio Linked LED Road Signs and Systems that not only provide clear, reliable and flexible messaging but also data and connectivity to feed wider highway information control systems.
Coeval offers a wide range of technical solutions for speed, hazard, safety, parking and over-height issues. These can be supplied as stand-alone new units or adapted to make use of existing street furniture to meet individual customer requirements.
In addition to the supply of our standard equipment, Coeval offers a bespoke service for customers with more specific challenges that require something a little different. We will work with you and our supply chain partners to develop an integrated solution that resolves your specific problem.
Coeval is committed to being at the cutting edge of new technology, with several new products including:
Cloud-based Remote Monitoring and Control (of signage products)
Ice Detection Systems
Lane Indicator Signs
Our new 12mm RGB signage
Portable traffic signals
We have over 30 years’ experience in electronics, industrial design and manufacturing with engineers who are fully trained in the workings of each product, many of which are unique to Coeval. We actively share this knowledge with our clients through system training; giving you the ability to manage and maintain your assets in-house with the confidence that we will remain on hand to support.
Our product range includes: School Safety Signs, Vehicle Speed Signs, Parking Signs, Over-height Vehicle Detection systems, Cloud-based Remote Monitoring and Control (of signage products), Portable VMS featuring our new 12mm RGB pixel pitch, Portable Traffic Signals and Lane Indicator Signs.
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Innovation | 6th July 2021
Local authorities across the UK will be given further support with their mission to improve air quality
Following a series of accidents on a particular section of the A701, an 18-mile route from the M74 junction to the A75 junction, the 2017 Annual Road Safety Report suggested the road should be the focus of further investigation from which Scotland TranServ conducted an accident review over the previous five years.
This article looks at the history of the humble 'road sign' and how technology has advanced and the importance of road signs today and in the future. The last decade has seen technology drive change at a pace that has never been witnessed before.
A popular Garden Centre and restaurant sits adjacent to the A78 trunk road and across the road from this is a cycle / walking path following the scenic shoreline between Ardrossan and Seamill on the Ayrshire coast.
This article looks at the impact of bridge strikes on both road and rail networks, those traveling on them and the physical infrastructure and why it will take a collaborative effort to help reduce the number of bridge strikes in the UK.
Coeval have been shortlisted in four of the categories in this year’s Highways Awards which are taking place tonight (Thursday 28 January).
It will take a collaborative effort from all those responsible for managing the road and rail networks as well as those who use them, to reduce the amount of bridge strikes that happen across the UK every year.
Members of LCRIG are also provided with a Member Profile. This service provides each member with the opportunity to share their organisation’s details, job opportunities, news, videos and links to key information. Members are also able to request for LCRIG to facilitate communication between members and the wider highways community.