Luna Road's Eco-friendly Light Systems Illuminate Roadways
MIAMI FL, January 21, 2009 /24-7PressRelease/ -- The future of nighttime roads is here!
Luna Road Ltd, a company that specializes in the design, manufacture, supply, and installation of the new high-tech "cat's eyes," now known as Luna Road Lights, is working tirelessly to unveil their new Eco-Friendly Luna Road Light technology to countries all around the globe.
Unlike conventional retro-reflective road markers, Luna Road Lights contain Solar Powered LEDs, which illuminates the direction of the road, for miles in front of drivers.
Luna Road Lights removes the need for car headlights to reflect on conventional road markers in order to provide nighttime visibility. The increased illuminated visibility delivered by the Luna Road Lights will serve as a warning indication to drivers on the road from miles away, providing drivers with more visual information, allowing them to average more effectively while driving, in addition to increasing the decision making time for drivers on the roads at night.
These benefits will enhance road safety and are designed to reduce the number of road accidents and fatalities that occur in mass on the roads of our planet.
In addition to road safety, the Luna Road Lights utilize solar energy to power up the LEDs. Solar energy applications such as the Luna Road Light System, represents a major leap forward in utilizing alternative energies for social and public projects, helping the movement to preserve and protect our planet's fragile environment.
Luna Road has completed many projects all around the Western Hemisphere of the globe, and are currently working extremely hard to unveil the Luna Road Light technology in certain parts of the USA.
Luna Road believes in saving lives, protecting and preserving our environment, in addition to beautifying nighttime roads all around the globe.
About Luna Road Ltd
Luna Road Ltd, is a company that specializes in the design, manufacture, supply, and installation of the new high-tech "cat's eyes," now known as Luna Road Lights.