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Therefore we are also very happy and proud to be cooperating with such an important partner in the Japanese market as OKI" says Torbjörn Sandberg, CEO at Sensys.

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 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.14/07/2015 - SENSYS Traffic AB, a global supplier of traffic safety solutions, has signed an agreement worth 12 MSEK with OKI regarding a cooperation for the Japanese market.

OKI is a Japanese IT, telecommunications and information company with 21,000 employees and a turnover of 37 billion SEK.This product is included in the agreement signed between Sensys and OKI.The agreement means that Sensys commits to industrialize the speed warning safety system, i.e.OKI has an international business within business solutions and services, telecom systems, social infrastructure, mechatronics, printers and electronic manufacturing services.Japan has 127 million inhabitants and approximately 4,100 traffic fatalities per year.Additionally, a 401 Authorization Required error was encountered while trying to use an Error Document to handle the request.