The CEA presence gives smaller UK companies a chance to make their mark at the show, and several innovations are on display. Among the companies taking part is Amber Valley Developments, a manufacturer of auto electrical safety equipment. The company is showing its latest Alarmalight product, an audible warning system that reminds users to “apply handbrake”, use “diesel fuel only” and so on.
Also appearing on the stand is Ashtree Vision and Safety with a range of mirrors and mirror arms for industrial vehicles.
Orsheln Products produces commercial vehicle control systems, while Rayco-Wylie is a well-known manufacturer of safe load indicators and other safety sensors.
Another manufacturer of safety equipment is LAP, which makes automotive warning lights and reversing systems.
Industrial Clutch Parts, which supplies power take-off (PTO) clutches for engines up to 2,000Hp, is also in the CEA area.
Bauma 2016 takes place in Munich from 11 to 17 April. See www.bauma.de for details.