The DSA wanted to identify and introduce new technologies that could help update the hazard perception clips.
The contract was awarded to the London-based company: SME Jelly, who will work to produce new more up-to-date clips which should come into place by August 2013.
The DSA’s chief executive Rosemary Thew said:
“The hazards presented in the current clips are still relevant but the image quality is not as clear or defined as the quality available today.”
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