New ProductsOMJC has continued to develop new products around our core technologies of solar, batteries, LED lighting, mobility, onboard intelligence and low power consumption.
Our products typically improve safety and efficiency in the transportation and people moving sectors. OMJC equipment helps to mitigate and manage roadway disruptions and problems. Our Port-a-Mast™ line provides a variety of mobile solutions with sophisticated technology.
Our systems include solar lighting, portable traffic signals, mobile surveillance systems, portable congestion management systems; portable trailer and vehicular camera masts and mounts.
Our CustomersInclude cities, county governments, traffic signal companies, electrical and general contractors, from all over the United States, Canada, the Caribbean, the Middle East, and some countries in South America.
Our FutureOMJC is moving in the direction of improving safety and efficiency in our transportation sectors. We are often working in marketplaces where governments find themselves with shortages of both labor and funds. Therefore we have taken the approach of being quick to adapt to customization requirements of existing OMJC products. Our equipment not only improves efficiency and productivity, but also increases safety. Much of OMJC’s equipment is 100% solar powered, reducing demand on the power grid.
We are known for manufacturing state of the art portable traffic signals. Our position on the NEMA TS-5 Portable Traffic Signal sub-committee allows OMJC to establish new goals for industry developed standards regarding portable traffic signals.
We will continue to be a supplier to other manufacturers that benefit from our PortaMast™ line of products in conjunction with their products and applications. Certainly our battery, charge control management, and solar expertise will let us further capitalize upon the alternative energy markets in years to come. We will continue to practice recycling and energy conservation as best we can. Largely we live in a “new is better” society and combined with high overhead and labor costs preclude its natural practice.