March 27, 2023

Tacel and Sensys Networks expand their partnership deploying wireless detection solutions across all of Canada

Better detection is necessary to deliver on Canada’s traffic improvement initiatives, and Tacel is the ideal company to implement these systems throughout the country.

TORONTO, March 27, 2023 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Sensys Networks, a leading provider of wireless traffic detection and data solutions for smart cities, is pleased to announce that it has appointed Tacel Ltd, a leading Canadian supplier of Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) and traffic control devices, as its sole distributor for Canada. The partnership will enable Sensys Networks to expand its presence and impact in the Canadian market and provide Tacel’s customers with access to Sensys Networks’ innovative technology.

Tacel has been serving many of the major provincial and municipal authorities throughout Canada for over thirty years, and they have been deploying and servicing Sensys Networks products since 2007. Tacel is based in Toronto, Ontario with regional offices in Montreal, Quebec and Calgary, Alberta, and is one of the country’s leading suppliers of Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) and traffic control devices. Gil Marques, President of Tacel, states, “FlexMag wireless sensors have been an important part of our traffic detection portfolio for over fifteen years, so we’re pleased to be extending our partnership and offering the solution across our entire territory in Canada.”

FlexMag wireless traffic detection systems have already been deployed in British Columbia, Alberta, Quebec and especially Ontario. The easy to install wireless sensors, known for their accuracy, are ideal for replacing labor-intensive inductive loops and have been upgraded in recent years to be even more robust and longer lasting.

“We are thrilled to be represented by a company with such a strong focus on customer satisfaction.” says Bill Weber, Vice President Sales & Marketing. “Also, since our sensors are commonly referred to as ‘pucks’, it’s appropriate that they’re available via a Canadian company in a country known as the birthplace of hockey.”