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Toby wrote at 2014-04-23 15:34:46
I'think i got an answer to your problem!



Put a sensor to all reflector poles along risky roads with adjustable sensitivity

and height. If there is a deer, fox, badger or other mammal within the radius

of the sensor, the refelectorpole automatically shines an

bright red flashing LED light. This light is bundled and will not blind the automobilist or motordriver but alert these drivers on time for crossing wild.

Wild Alarm Poles are

recharged by solar energy. See this presentation by clicking the link.



https://www.quirky.com/invent/1090509/action/vote/query/view=trending&categories=all



greetings,  Toby




Toby wrote at 2014-04-23 15:37:11
I'think i got an answer to your problem!



Put a sensor to all reflector poles along risky roads with adjustable sensitivity

and height. If there is a deer, fox, badger or other mammal within the radius

of the sensor, the refelectorpole automatically shines an

bright red flashing LED light. This light is bundled and will not blind the automobilist or motordriver but alert these drivers on time for crossing wild.

Wild Alarm Poles are

recharged by solar energy. See this presentation by clicking the link.



https://www.quirky.com/invent/1090509/action/vote/query/view=trending&categories=all



greetings,  Toby




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