City of Malmö
Download the PDF
In 2009 a Clearview installation project was completed in Malmö, Sweden, on a scarcely lit cycle path which was experiencing dramatically reduced cyclist usage due to crime in hours of restricted light. Due to the reduced volume of people in the vicinity this has led to a developing downward spiral with more crimes being committed. It was decided that action should be taken to aid regeneration of the area and increase usage of the path.
Clearviews Swedish partner Amparo Solutions AB installed 200 SolarLite embedded studs in conjunction with fitting an increased number of light points on the path.
The brightly lit SolarLite road studs give the cyclist clearer visibility of their route ahead for up to a kilometre in distance. This provided cyclists with significantly more awareness of approaching hazards they may face such as kerbs, gateways, junctions with roads, surface undulations and numerous other hazards that occur in both urban and rural areas.
SolarLite Active Road Studs utilise ‘green’ free solar energy to charge the road studs during daylight hours and automatically illuminate during the hours of darkness. The flush profile of the SolarLite stud being less than 4mm ensures that they are unobtrusive and bicycle wheel, walker and wheelchair friendly whilst being highly visible at night.
Just a few hours of clear daylight will provide enough battery power for up to 10 days, more than enough to ensure that the road studs work effectively even in winter where daylight hours are significantly reduced.
Smart, safe and sustainable solar powered road studs, proven to increase night time road safety. Providing a view of the road layout ahead in the driver's natural line of vision and well beyond the headlight beam of a vehicle.
M100BR installation keeps bus station customers safe and warm in the North East of England.
Clearview Intelligence worked with Atkins and Cambridgshire County Council to design a lighting solution that provided cyclists and pedestrians with a clear delineation between the cycle path and the busway tracks along the Cambridgeshire Guided Busway.
Improving safety for pedestrians on railway crossings using pedeSOLAR level crossing system with integrated SolarLite solar powered active road studs to delineate the edges of the crossing.
Blue solar powered lighting studs were installed on the platform edge in Romford railway station in a trial to understand the effectiveness of using blue lighting to reduce incidents and anti-social behaviour at railway stations. The studs have the added benefit of enhancing the delineation of the platform edge.
Bicycle detection for traffic signals in Whitelegg Way, Bournemouth, Dorset.
The Union Canal is a 31.5 mile (50.7 km) canal in Scotland, from Lochrin Basin and the Leamington lift bridge in Fountainbridge, Edinburgh to Falkirk, where it meets the Forthand Clyde Canal.
With SolarLite Road Studs installed for the illumination of stretches on the M25 Motorway and also between the M2 and M20, Clearview Intelligence installed a quantity of 7,000 Road Studs between junctions 3, 4, 5 and 6 on the M40 Motorway providing ultrabright guidance to motorists around the clock.
Slough Borough Council and their traffic signal consultants Atkins were looking for a more cost effective solution when upgrading multiple traffic signalised junctions along the very busy main A4 dual carriageway
Clearview Intelligence works on a wide variety of projects where ongoing maintenance is of huge importance to ensure continuous and accurate data collection. Good and reliable road network management is of paramount importance in our nation’s capital city where Clearview Intelligence equipment is key in ensuring smooth traffic flows.
Intelligent Hardwired Bi-Directional Road Studs installed at Blackwall Tunnel in Kent to create a contra-flow from the southern boar to the northern boar.