Seeing road safety in a brand new light

Lighting the way with road safety products proven to reduce road accidents and road casualties by over 70%.
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Seeing road safety in a brand new light

Lighting the way with road safety products proven to reduce road accidents and road casualties by over 70%.
View Introduction video >

Seeing road safety in a brand new light

Lighting the way with road safety products proven to reduce road accidents and road casualties by over 70%.
View Introduction video >

Seeing road safety in a brand new light

Lighting the way with road safety products proven to reduce road accidents and road casualties by over 70% Seeing road safety in a brand new light

Astucia Introduction video >
 

Traffic Safety Systems

A hazard approaches. Would you rather 3.2 or 30 seconds to react?

Accident prevention and casualty reduction is Astucia’s priority.

We develop and create innovative road safety products providing greater time to react to approaching hazards in all conditions – from sunlight glare to after dark drizzle.

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Visibility is key to road safety. Your seatbelt and airbag only protect you so far. Traditional retro-reflective "cat's eyes" rely on your headlight beam, so visibility is limited to around 90m in good weather conditions.

Our Astucia SolarLite road studs work in all weather conditions, extend road visibility up to 900m and are proven to reduce road casualties by 70%. Our Intelligent Road Stud installations span the globe from Surrey to the UAE.

Make Astucia solar powered road studs, also known as active road studs, part of your casualty reduction campaign and start saving lives today!

 


Latest News

14
Jul

Studs Light The Way At Sheriffhall Roundabout in Edinburgh
The first of its kind in the UK, the installation at the Sheriffhall roundabout in Edinburgh uses the IRS2 intelligent hardwired road stud to increase driver awareness and improve lane discipline on and off the roundabout.
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04
Mar

Clearview Traffic awarded AMSCI funding from BIS
Clearview Traffic secures £4m grant as part of the latest round of awards from the Advanced Manufacturing Supply Chain Initiative
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Case Studies

03
Aug

Crosswalk delineation in Australia
The Princes Highway between Colac and Geelong forms one of the busiest East-West arterial routes across the Australian state of Victoria, virtually dissecting the town of Winchelsea. Local residents including school children have to use this road daily to cross so the local authorities required a system to enhance pedestrian safety.

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