Selected to rollout the world’s first mobile phone detection camera program

The NSW Government today announced that the world's first mobile phone detection camera program, utilising the Acusensus Heads-Up solution, will be rolled out across the State by the end of the year.

Alexander Jannink said "We are committed to supporting the NSW Government's pioneering initiative to reduce the significant road loss and trauma caused by illegal phone use on the road network," "We know from the success of the pilot and other enforcement technology programs that the deployment of the Acusensus Heads-Up solution will drive behavioural change and improve the safety of road users."

To read the newspapers coverage of this important road safety announcement please visit https://lnkd.in/gzJKr6G

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Acusensus Technology Deployed Across Multiple Sites in India

Acusensus is working closely with our partner Ador in India in support of programs aimed at reducing road injuries and fatalities, using our universal system to capture multiple dangerous driving behaviours.

The 'Ador Harmony' system uses 'Acusensus Heads-Up' technology and has been demonstrated in India across major arterial roads in Mumbai and Hyderabad. The system in Hyderabad is monitoring 4 lanes of traffic and has been visited by senior Police officers.

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Acusensus welcomes Andrew Sucevic to it's team as a Software Engineer.

Acusensus is pleased to welcome Andrew Sucevic to it's growing team as a Software Engineer.

Andrew has over a decade of experience in the road safety industry and is a subject matter expert on camera side hardware and software products. He was recently a Python Developer with leading semi-conductor manufacturer, AMD and prior to that an engineer with a major road safety industry player.

Andrew joins Acusensus at a pivotal time of increased client demand and solution delivery.

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Managing Director Alexander Jannink chats with Cara Waters about why Acusensus and its solutions are needed now

“My real dream is to see a reduction in road trauma, that is how I will measure success."

Managing Director, Alexander Jannink chatted with Cara Waters, sharing the founding story behind Acusensus and why the technology is needed now.

https://www.smh.com.au/business/small-business/tragedy-inspires-alex-to-tackle-mobile-phone-use-by-drivers-20190826-p52kxb.html

Acusensus Shares Insights with Industry Leaders in Canada

Managing Director, Alexander Jannink, presented at the Edmonton Urban Traffic Safety Conference last week, sharing the findings of the TfNSW program to deliver the world's first automated illegal mobile use enforcement.

There was significant interest from conference participants and Canadian media (CTV News, CBC News, 630AM Radio) in the rollout of the NSW program and the role automated enforcement can have in improving road safety.

Inaugural Chief Technology Officer Appointed

Acusensus is delighted to announce the appointment of Chris Kells as its inaugural Chief Technology Officer (CTO).

Chris Kells has a long standing record of delivering road safety technology solutions for a number of public sector clients across the world. As an experienced engineer and SCRUM/Agile practitioner, Chris has led teams that have developed world-leading technology and demonstrated solutions in numerous jurisdictions including NSW, Victoria, USA, UK and Saudi Arabia.

Chris's appointment as CTO reflects the expansion of the Acusensus R&D program and its technology team. 

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Acusensus featured in TTI's front-cover article

Acusensus was featured extensively in the new edition of Traffic Technology International, the industry’s leading magazine for traffic enforcement solutions. Their front cover article focuses on driver distraction, and the Acusensus solution is discussed at length.

http://journal-download.co.uk/digitalmagazines/TTI/TTI01JUL2019/page_1.html

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Acusensus Managing Director Alexander Jannink’s interview with journalist Jack Roper is featured on pages 26 and 27.

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Acusensus expands into North America

Acusensus is pleased to welcome to its expanding team Mark Etzbach as the Head of Sales for North America, as part of its international growth strategy and focus on having localised teams supporting and servicing clients.

Mark Etzbach is a subject matter expert in the field of automated enforcement having spent over 10 years in the industry, driving the expansion of this technology across North America, including red light, speed and rail enforcement solutions.

Mark will work closely with authorities and partners in North America to rollout the 'Acusensus Heads-Up' solution as a pioneering multifunctional enforcement system against illegal mobile phone use, speeding, unregistered and other risky behaviours.

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Highly Experienced Engineering Team Expanded

Acusensus continues to expand its engineering team as a result of the significant growth the business is undergoing, and to support our commitment to R&D and delivery for existing clients.

Acusensus welcomes to its growing team David Coady as Project Engineer and Murray Henderson as Senior Software Engineer.

David Coady has managed a number of significant industry projects over an 11-year career and was recently the Technical Services Manager with Redflex Traffic Systems.

David will be the delivery lead for significant programmes such as the rollout of the “Acusensus Heads-Up” enforcement solution against distracted driving in NSW. David has an outstanding record of proactively delivering for customers and supporting their endeavours in the traffic enforcement space.

Murray Henderson has over 12 years experience as a highly qualified and proven software engineer, including several years directly developing automated camera enforcement software and hardware. He comes to Acusensus from the Bureau of Meteorology where he led a team of five software developers.

Murray is responsible for the on-going of development of Acusensus real-time enforcement and incident adjudication software, for the strengthening and hardening of Acusensus security and privacy regimes, and the design of the solutions and the security and privacy architecture underpinning each.

The addition of David and Murray to the team takes the collective experience of Acusensus engineering to over 65 years in the safety camera industry.

One Year of Working Together to Address Distracted Driving

In March Acusensus reached it's one year anniversary. During this time we have experienced great satisfaction from working with so many valued partners and stakeholders on making our roads safer by addressing the scourge of distracted driving.

In celebrating our first anniversary, we want to acknowledge and thank all of our customers and partners for your support and commitment to our mission.

Through partnerships with organisations such as Transport for NSW, Roads and Maritime Services, Ador, and the University of Melbourne's Accelerator Program, we have been able to take our mission forward as a reliable, experienced and innovative enforcement technology provider.

We look forward to strengthening all of our partnerships and relationships. Together, we can take a large leap forward towards zero casualties on the road network.

Acusensus Appoints International Business Development Manager

Acusensus is delighted to announce the appointment of Shaun Miller as its International Business Development Manager. In this role Shaun will be responsible for identifying and leading strategic business development, alliance and acquisition opportunities particularly in the Middle East, Asia and the Americas for Acusensus.

Shaun Miller has built an international career leading business development activities with Fortune 500 companies, startups, local government and global teams. Shaun has a proven track record of business development and relationship building success across various industry sectors including education, energy, defence, construction and government sectors around the globe including leading a subdivision of Illinois Tool Works (ITW) for 3 years in their market entry and growth objectives in China. 

Shaun joins Acusensus with a strong global network of professional contacts and experience leading business development and market entry strategy and executing start-up, scale-up and export business programs across North America, Europe, China, India and South East Asia.

Acusensus, Managing Director, Alexander Jannink, said “We are pleased to have Shaun join us to lead our international expansion efforts. Shaun has extensive experience in cross-border business development, fostering strong relationships and building partnerships.”

“Shaun’s appointment reflects our focus on actively exploring opportunities to collaborate with international jurisdictions and partners to address major road safety issues through the provision of advanced technology enabled solutions.” Mr Jannink said.

Shaun, said “I am excited to join Acusensus, and help drive its continued growth. The company’s strong commitment to the development and delivery of world leading solutions focused on making all roads safer goes beyond any geographic boundary. I am eager to see Acusensus have an impact on road safety at the global stage.”