THE MODERN UPGRADE, FOR TRADITIONAL SAFETY.
IT'S TIME TO GET MORE OUT OF TRAFFIC CONES
For over 80 years, traffic cones have maintained their typical design and cautioning ability. However, the world has changed exponentially within this time - increased population, motorists on the road, and even more roadside risks.
At Oombo, we believe these life-saving traffic cones need to be able to support the dynamic hazards in modern-day work zones of any kind (i.e. construction, road work, etc.).
It is this belief that has led to the birth of the Castor Brite-Mount - our high-visibility LED attachment for traffic cones that is capable of cautioning motorists on the road and their navigation systems. With the simple twist of our LED bulb, workers can immediately benefit from increased visibility, reduced congestion, and work-site safety management.
STAY VISIBLE, ANYWHERE, ANYTIME.
Capable of being seen from 1 kilometer away, the LED bulb offers intense visibility in any weather condition with 360 degrees of light distribution.
Enhance the visibility of the Brite-Mount during daytime and nighttime deployment by reflecting bright lights from the environment and or headlights of oncoming motorists.
THERE'S MORE THAN ONE WAY TO BE SAFE.
HARDWARE SAFETY FEATURES
SOFTWARE SAFETY FEATURES
UPGRADE YOUR WORK ZONE IN
3 EASY STEPS
ATTACH BRITE-MOUNT ON TRAFFIC CONE(S)
TURN THE DEVICE ON AND OPEN THE CASTOR APP
CONFIGURE THE WORK ZONE DETAILS AND LAUNCH THE DEVICES
USE CASE 1: FLEET SAFETY MANAGEMENT
WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOUR WORK ZONE IS COMPROMISED?
No need to worry, the Castor Brite-Mount is supported by a reliable Wi-Fi mesh network that allows each device to communicate with each other - creating a virtual border around the work zone.
If one of the Castor Brite-Mounts is disturbed or displaced, an audible alert will be sent to the phones of the workers in the zone as well as other stakeholders in remote locations. such as safety managers.
The LED bulbs will also be strobing in a distressed flash pattern until the device is placed back in the approximate area of the previously established work zone.