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Dynoptic & Tunnel Sensors relocate to new offices

We’re excited to announce that ACOEM Dynoptic and Tunnel Sensors have relocated to a new office. As part of the ACOEM Group, a larger facility was required to accelerate investment and our ambitious growth plans. The new building has been customised to suit our specific needs providing increased space for production, testing, and development work…

Tunnel Lighting – Preventing Black Hole Syndrome

The transition between day and night along with changes in weather conditions  present a challenge for tunnel operators to ensure lighting in road traffic tunnels remain at safe levels for motorists at all times. The lighting control at the tunnel portals is particularly important to ensure drivers do not suffer from “black hole syndrome” whereby…

Tunnel Sensors COVID-19 Update

Dear Customers and Partners, Due to the exceptional situation we all face, I would like to offer some reassurance that Dynoptic Systems and Tunnel Sensors are taking the necessary measures to keep our team safe while we continue to serve our customers. We have business continuity plans in place to ensure our key operations continue…

Tunnel Sensors – Communication and Control systems

Road traffic tunnels are inhospitable places, when traffic is flowing they are dangerous environments for anyone working in the tunnel bore. With tunnel atmosphere monitors installed high up on the tunnel wall access to the systems is nearly always restricted to planned closures. All Tunnel Sensors monitors have a comprehensive range of output and communication…
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