Flashing red lights in the lane are activated when a driver drives in the wrong direction down the exit ramp.
A ghost driver is when a motorist is driving in the wrong direction against the traffic on the highway. In recent years, the number of ghost drivers has been rising rapidly, and in some cases it may be a serious accident, but most of all, it creates insecurity on the highway.
LED Mark ITS has developed a system of continuous red flashlight, which is activated when the driver is driving in the wrong direction down the exit ramp.
When the system catches a vehicle driving in the wrong direction, a text message will be sent promptly, indicating where and when.
Simultaneously, signals are sent to the LED-Guides, that are set on the exit ramp down to the highway. These begin to blitze with red light, like running lights against the motorist, who is heading down the exit ramp.
The system consists of a combination of I-Module and LED-Guides.
The system consists of a combination of different types of LED-Guides.