Acusensus Wins the Prince Michael International Road Safety Award
The prestigious awards, which have run for more than 30 years, are designed to give public recognition to those who have improved road safety, recognise outstanding achievement and innovation world-wide.
Of the winning solution, which was pioneered in Australia and is now being utilised in the UK and the United States, the judges said they were “especially impressed by the effectiveness of the technology and that it is now fully operational across several states in Australia”. The judges also noted the international pilots running in another four continents.
“It’s gratifying for our technology to be recognised by the industry for its ability to efficiently change behaviours of drivers on a larger scale, and we hope this recognition will pave the way for more jurisdictions to follow in adopting this proven solution.” Jannink said.
The Prince Michael International Road Safety Awards recognise outstanding achievement and innovation world-wide. Each year the most outstanding examples of international road safety initiatives are given public recognition through the scheme.
His Royal Highness Prince Michael of Kent will present the award at his annual ceremony in London on 12 December.