Sensys Gatso Group has received orders for traffic safety systems worth €845,000 (£601,000).
The orders have come from various partnerships and cities in the UK and should be delivered by the end of this year.
The UK is currently in the process of replacing wet film speed and red light systems to the latest systems approved according to national certification body, Home Office Type Approval (HOTA).
The orders mainly consist of new systems as well as upgrades of existing wet film speed and red light systems to the latest technology approved in the UK, including digital cameras.
According to the company, the UK has been an important market for Gatso since 1989. It has one of the largest installed bases of traffic enforcement systems in the world. The majority of the installed systems in UK are currently wet film based and are expected to be replaced within the next coming years.
“It is exciting to be able to communicate the first deal of Sensys Gatso Group, the merger between Sensys Traffic and Gatso, and we are proud of the trust our customers have shown us,” says Torbjörn Sandberg, CEO at Sensys Gatso Group.