Exhibit Overview – Inside AngelTrax ADR Approved Products


AngelTrax set to showcase its latest destination signs, mirrors and CCTV products at this year’s Australasian Bus & Coach Expo

AngelTrax is ready to present the best of its solutions to customers

With 250,000 assets systems operating worldwide and 30,000 systems shipped each year, Angel Trax Australia continues at to input design and provide on-board mobile surveillance for public transport vehicles. At this year’s Australasian Bus & Coach Expo, Angel Trax will bring the best of its latest destination signs, interior mirrors, and CCTV products.

“This year we will be showing off all of our new mirrors, panelsand CCTV offers, ” Angel TraxAustralia sales specialist Bob Barwick told ABC. “We have our Angel Trax CCTV, which is the latest advanced CCTV system we have with up to 16 terabytes of hard drives.

International supply issues have created demand for local manufacturing. The expertise we have in manufacturing LED road signs has created the opportunity to extend this knowledge to the destination sign market.

Australian propertya First Nations company has been in business for over 50 years and has spearheaded many major projects including the manufacture of the LED motorway signs currently in New South Wales.

Barwick says its latest product line provides everything an operator or fleet owner needs with regard to signage, mirrors and video surveillance.

Our latest products are the most advanced on the market,” says Barwick. “The destination signs are new to the market and have been manufactured here in Australia.

“It won’t be difficult for customers to adopt these products because they are compatible with everything the industry is doing right now.”

Barwick says it’s more than likely by Angel Trax new range of products will be installed in the buses before the arrival of the Expo. The manufacturer’s latest mirrors have become the first ADR approved internal mirrors in Australia using TFT displays with external cameras and are designed to fit all local buses.

“Instead of importing and paying extra air freight, we can manufacture here,” Barwick says. “We want to show our products and hope to generate some local interest in the products at Expo. »

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