Unique solutions for Africa
Enforcing Weigh-In-Motion makes roads last twice as long or even more without affecting traffic fluency.
PORTS AND LOGISTICS
Monitoring of ports, logistics centers, industrial zones, or mines to prevent overloaded vehicles from leaving.
SAFER TOWNS AND VILLAGES
Reducing the number of speeding drivers, searching for stolen vehicles, protecting the roads.
We extended the lifespan of Kenyan roads
Kenya is the first country in the region to implement the Weigh-In-Motion technology countrywide; now observing positive impacts of the system deployment.
“We are pleased to report that queues at the static weigh stations are significantly shorter than before implementing the Weigh-In-Motion. The solution helps reduce overloading, facilitate trade, and protects both infrastructure and people in the long run.”
Eng. Muita Ngatia, Deputy Director, Road Asset Management (KeNHA)
We are in East Africa
Get to know us through our branch in Kenya. Our presence allows us to regularly take part in local conferences and workshops, as well as provide local support for your projects.
CAMEA East Africa Ltd
Birdi House - Off Mombasa Rd
P. O. Box 57933-00200
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References and Benchmarking
There is a lot of work behind more than 1,550 road lanes on 4 continents. We believe that representatives of road agencies need to understand the potential that the technologies bring and the challenges that typically follow the implementation. Go through our articles or let us know if you are interested in workshops, site visits, and seeing how intelligent transportation is handled in Kenya or the Czech Republic. We can arrange a meeting with the local road authority.
Becoming a Partner
In distant regions, we need reliable business partners to make projects happen. They provide workers, equipment, and necessary infrastructure for the installation and maintenance of the systems over time. We always provide a certified installation supervisor to lead the work. Share information about a project you want to work on.