• Here is a closer view of the unmanned pedestrian crossing which actually is a death trap for thousands every day, as 50% of accidents happen through pedestrians
  • depicts the visibility of EITS enabled system to the commuters at a larger distance from the bend of the road.

ABOUT EITS

“Patent Protected” HAZARD WARNING SYSTEM with flashing speed breakers. They are installed on road surface can’t be missed by drivers because they appear on “drivers primary vision ” of the road and as an extension we can provide flashing LED..

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EITS helps pedestrians cross roads safely by alerting amber and red lights at a distance of 50 meters from each other (depending on the speed limit valid for the road) . With red lights being installed next to zebra crossing.

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    EITS helps pedestrians cross roads
    EITS helps pedestrians cross roads safely by alerting amber and red lights at a distance of 50 meters from each other (depending on the speed limit valid for the road) . With red lights being installed next to zebra crossing.
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    EITS enabled paths help drivers
    EITS enabled paths help drivers be sure of the turns ahead. This especially is helpful at highways where majority of the accidents occur at the bends or turns of the road not only in normal weather conditions but also in high density fog
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    safety to the drivers
    The lights are visible way ahead approximately 2 kilometers before the bend on the road being travelled upon. This provides more safety to the drivers. Data indicates that 39.2% of accidents happen between 18:00 hrs to 03:00 hrs.
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    Patent protected EITS
    Patent protected EIT Highway motion sensors fixed to poles on either side of the highway located at 100 /200 meters from unmanned junction, as and when traffic passes through, the sensor will trigger “Patent Protected” HAZARD WARNING SYSTEM with flashing speed breakers
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    Alert today – Alive tomorrow
    Road accidents are now globally recognized as serious public health problem. The analysis of road accident data 2015 (as listed in Govt. Of India Ministry of Road Transport & Highways Transport Research Wing report) reveals that about 1,374 accidents and 400 deaths take place every day on Indian roads which further translates into 57 accidents and loss of 17 lives on an average every hour in our country.

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