Gatso was founded in 1958 by former racing driver Maurice Gatsonides; sports enthusiast, rally champion and entrepreneur. He invented the first speed camera to measure track speeds and lap and finish times and quickly realized he also could use this technology to improve road safety. He introduced the world’s first speed measuring device and the first speed camera, the Gatsometer, in 1964 and Gatso was born. Gatso has its office in Haarlem, the Netherlands.
Sensys was founded in 1982 as a development company. The company expanded in 1987 when the Swedish police requested technology that could meet stringent requirements. Sensys won the procurement process, and they have been supplying systems to the Swedish Transport Administration ever since. Sensys changed its strategy in 2001 by accelerating development and starting to sell systems outside Sweden.
Sensys acquired Gatso in 2015, and the Sensys Gatso Group was born. Sensys Gatso Group is now the leading global provider of traffic safety solutions delivering systems, software and services primarily for automated traffic enforcement.
Our company milestones in road safety enforcement
» 2020 - Successful completion of a distracted driving test to combat smartphone use while driving in cooperation with Dutch authorities.
» 2019 - Introduction of section control on high-risk secondary roads without a divider
» 2018 - Sensys Gatso launches FLUX, the unprecedented, scalable traffic enforcement platform for the future
» 2017 – Sensys Gatso received an order from Sweden to develop the current speed enforcement solutions in order to meet the specific requirements found in road tunnels
» 2016 – Delivered the first In-vehicle project to the Middle East region.
» 2015 – Sensys acquired Gatso, and the Sensys Gatso Group was born.
» 2015 – Gatso introduces the new T-Series, the most compact integrated enforcement system on the market with unrivalled deployment flexibility.
» 2013 – Gatso Introduces the first moving radar control for enforcement of approaching and receding vehicles.
» 2013 – Sensys is awarded a national contract for Speed Enforcement in Sweden covering delivery and services for a minimum of 700 systems.
» 2012 – Sensys introduces the 4D tracking radar RS242. Sensys' US partner is awarded speed and red-light enforcement contract in Washington DC, USA.
» 2012 – Gatso Introduces its T-Series - industry’s first fully autonomous, non-invasive enforcement platform.
» 2010 – Sensys receives break-through order on Pantograph Monitoring Systems from Sweden.
» 2010 – Gatso is the first to integrate AMBER Alert functionality in its enforcement cameras.
» 2005 – Gatso is first in the industry with non-invasive detection (Gatso Loopless Trigger Radar).
» 2005 – Sensys is awarded a contract to supply 700 speed enforcement systems in Sweden.
» 2001 – Sensys becomes a listed company on the Stockholm Stock Exchange and receives its first contract in Dubai.
» 1997 – Gatso manufactures the first digital red-light camera.
» 1994 – Gatso introduces the world’s first section control solution.
» 1993 – Gatso introduces the world’s first lane specific speed enforcement system linked to variable speed signs.
» 1996 – Gatso is the world’s first to offer a front/rear camera system for speed.
» 1989 – Gatso introduces the world’s first loop-based red-light enforcement system in combination with speed.
» 1987 – Sensys introduces the RC100 tracking radar sensor and is awarded a contract by the Swedish National Police.
» 1982 – The company Sensys is founded and starts developing the first 10 GHz radar.
» 1980 – Gatso introduces the first mobile radar speed control.
» 1970 – Gatso introduces radar for speed measurement.
» 1966 – Gatso presents the world’s first red-light enforcement camera.
» 1964 – Gatso introduces the world’s first speed enforcement camera.
» 1958 – Gatso introduces the world's first speed measuring device for vehicles.
» 1958 – Gatso is founded