MVIS Delivers Effective Solutions

The unit has been key in delivering our core messages during the pandemic.

Manager - New Leaf Plant Centre

Crowd control & information solutions

MVIS delivers portable variable message signs (VMS) and intelligent transport systems (ITS) solutions that keep drivers and pedestrians updated about COVID-19 guidelines.

Our solutions are effective answers to many safety problems that have arisen due to COVID-19. Serving a wide range of industries, MVIS have taken a key role in the fight against COVID, especially during a time when information is one of the most powerful tools we have to combat it.

We offer solar powered ITS products – including portable variable message signs (VMS), portable CCTV, portable ANPR and data collection solutions that are secure, adaptable and cost effective.

They don’t require any civils, external power or communications source and can be reconfigured quickly and easily in response to the ever changing situation.

Wide range of applications including:

  • Car park management
  • Wayfinding
  • Crowd control
  • COVID-19 Information strategy
  • Safety notices
  • Queue management
  • COVID Testing &  Vaccine traffic control

All our products are manufactured by sister company Bartco UK and both companies have achieved the following accreditations:

  • ISO 45001:2018 Health and Safety Management
  • ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management
  • ISO 14001:2015 Environmental Management

You can read more about how our solutions have been used to help during the COVID-19 pandemic on the COVID section on our website which includes industry guides, solutions and news. 

  • Flexible and portable electronic signs to help communicate vital safety information

  • Signs ideal for text or pictograms (5 colour or 2 colour, depending on size)

  • Solar powered trailer based solutions 

  • Largest fleet of VMS in the UK

  • 24/7, Award Winning customer service

  • National coverage offering fast deployment

  • A wide range of proven portable solutions traditionally used for traffic control

  • Data collection solutions used for greater intelligence and resource allocation

  • Trusted by Highways England, Local Authorities and the highest profile events from all over the UK

The sign gives people the information needed to make an informed choice about whether to access medical assessment via the 111 service or to self-present to UTC. It also helps to reinforce to the public that A&E (Emergency Departments) is usually NOT the most appropriate place to attend with a minor injury or minor illness. 

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