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From the high seas to the high street, you're safe in our hands

04 April 2017

SEA launches its latest advertising campaign with Parking News at Parkex 2017

From the high seas to the high street, you're safe in our hands.

ROADflow is an intelligent, flexible traffice enforcement solution; backed by years of techical expertise delivering electronic systems to the defence, transport and offshore energy markets. SEA offers a range of parking and traffic enforcement products from redeployable ANPR camera solutions to systems designed to enhance public safety at railway level crossings.

ROADflow is the intelligent traffic solution.

News Archive

ROADflow launches first regional User Group

10 April 2013

ROADflow launched its Northern Regional User Group at the Ron Cooke Hub, York University on Wednesday 20 March 2013. The cutting edge facilities and beautiful surroundings were an ideal location for existing, new and potential customers to network, share and learn from each other’s experiences.

ROADflow system best practice "roll out"

10 April 2013

Hartlepool Borough Council Parking Manager Philip Hepburn gave an excellent presentation on how their experiences with Parking Tribunals have helped them to develop a set of good enforcement practices for use with their ROADflow system.

More ROADflow systems for Bedford

06 February 2012

Bedford Borough Council has decided to augment its already successful ROADflow solution with another Mobile system and one of the new Flexi bus lane enforcement systems.

Newcastle-upon-Tyne City Council purchase Mobile system

03 February 2012

Newcastle-upon-Tyne have opted for the ROADflow Mobile enforcement solution to improve safety outside schools, keep their bus stops clear and to improve congestion at key locations.

Bristol ROADflow takes to the road

18 January 2012

Bristol City Council's ROADflow mobile enforcement car has commenced operation. The car is patrolling areas around the city's schools, hospitals and taxi ranks. Warnings will be issued for the first two weeks and fines issued from 30 January 2012.