December 21, 2014 6:22 AM ET

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Company Overview of Sensys Networks, Inc.

Company Overview

Sensys Networks, Inc. provides wireless traffic detection and integrated traffic data systems. It offers Access Point (AP), a LINUX device that is used to maintain two-way communications with in-ground wireless sensors, and battery-powered repeaters; Access Point Controller Card, a hardware addition to VDS240 wireless vehicle detection universal platform for solar-powered applications; Master (CC) and Expansion (EX) cards of the VDS240 wireless vehicle detection system for use in various traffic controllers; and Repeater that extends the range of AP, providing a two-way relay between out-of-range sensors and the AP. The company also provides magneto-resistive wireless sensors that are used b...

2560 Ninth Street

Suite 219

Berkeley, CA 94710

United States

Founded in 2003





Key Executives for Sensys Networks, Inc.

Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer
Co-Founder and Senior Vice President
Director of Finance and Administration
Managing Director of International Markets and Vice President
Vice President of Strategic Accounts
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Sensys Networks, Inc. Key Developments

Sensys Networks, Inc. Announces Vehicle Detection System 2.0

Sensys Networks, Inc. announced that is has released a new suite of products designated Vehicle Detection System 2.0. These enhanced products will reduce maintenance, increase performance, lower costs and simplify deployments for transportation agencies around the world. VDS 2.0 includes a suite of new products including sensors, access points, repeaters and system software. Sensys Networks is also introducing a new application called VIMS, Vehicle Identification and Matching System. All VDS 2.0 hardware components benefit from improved wireless range and coverage, longer battery life and improved security features. Other features includes: APCC: Improved CPU and increased memory for adaptive control and other processing intensive apps, Minimal power usage (<1W), Dual digital radios for maximum intersection design flexibility, Modular design for expansion of peripheral components; Vehicle Identification and Matching System (VIMS): Flexible Bluetooth or Wi-Fi re-id travel time system, Pole mounted, Only detection-enabled solution with performance measures on the market; Grind Resistant (GR) Sensor: Second generation wireless magnetometer, Powerful radio chipsets allow sensor to be buried up to 5" from road surface, No need to remove or replace for repaving; FLEX Repeaters: Optimized external antenna options enable unprecedented system design flexibility, Next generation radio chipsets improve RF robustness, Solar power option with 15 year life expectancy eliminates field maintenance and MicroRadar Sensor: Accurately detects and counts bicycles, Differentiates between bicycles and vehicles, Compatible with all Sensys Networks equipment.

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