Sensys receives order from Swedish Transport Administration worth SEK 5 million

18/03/2015 - SENSYS Traffic AB, a global supplier of traffic safety solutions, has received an order for installation works for the Swedish automatic traffic safety control (ATC) system.

Worth SEK 5m, the order comprises additional installation works and installation material and is an extension of Sensys' services in connection with the installation of new ATC stations in Sweden in 2015. Sensys won an order for new and replacement systems and cabinets worth SEK 93m in November 2014, and an additional order for installation material worth SEK 2m in January 2015.

"We're very proud to be able to expand the services we're providing in connection with the installation of new ATC stations," says Sensys CEO Johan Frilund. "This has been made possible by demonstrating the value of our service organisation to the customer."

Sensys is an end-to-end supplier to the Swedish Transport Administration of measurement systems, cabinets and services for the Swedish ATC system. The Swedish Transport Administration aims to replace the existing ATC systems (speed cameras) and greatly expand the national network of ATC stations to achieve the traffic safety objectives in the national transport plan. 

Sensys Traffic is obliged to publish the information contained in this press release pursuant to the Swedish  This information was submitted for publication at 9.00 a.m. on 18 March 2015.

For further information:
Johan Frilund, CEO
Mobile: +46 73-274 28 23


Sensys Traffic is a leading supplier of traffic enforcement systems. Sensys develops, markets and sells systems that are mainly used for speed enforcement and red-light enforcement. The company also provides servicing and maintenance alongside sales of systems. Sensys Traffic’s end customers are primarily police and road authorities throughout the world, as well as private operators. The company sells direct to customers, or via partners, agents and distributors. Sensys Traffic is headquartered in Jönköping and its shares are listed on Nasdaq OMX Stockholm. The company has 41 employees and its sales in 2014 totalled SEK 160.6 million.

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Published: 18/03/2015
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