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The PAZS system is a multi level system featuring:

  • Highly visible, inner-locking collapsible delineation system researched and designed to simulate roadway and/or air landing strip environments. 
  • Specially designed fluorescent and/or retro-reflective controlling lane markers (extendable from recoiling base mechanism) can be used on virtually any terrain where vehicles and aircrafts are being operated.
  • Wireless activated and/or environmentally responsive lighting and/or beacon system (E.g. Infrared or OLED’s capable ) to be responsive to authorized Aircraft and Land vehicles (Varies according to Agency)
  • Multiple connections for additional technology integrations and sensors (e.g. GPS, VOR, audio prompting system, air detection, and surveillance devices).

The premise behind its core design is a collapsible delineator post that gives the operator of a vehicle the perception of a safety cone.  In the center of each delineator post is a fluorescent and/or retro reflective control line marker that extends to the next delineator post to create any desired traffic pattern. The control-lane/line marker has the ability to recoil back into its housing in the event of vehicle or aircraft impact. Additional sensors may be attached onto or wirelessly connected with PASZ kits for ideal scenarios based on an agency’s specification and/or mission.   Added sensors may include VOR navigational systems, wireless cameras systems and software, audio response boxes, air sniffing devices, GPS, and more. 

On roadways throughout our nation, as well as many countries abroad, lanes have been used to provide vehicle guidance and order for vehicle operators.  However when operators happens upon a roadside emergency, often times they are confused and need to look for additional cues to provide them additional guidance.  DoriQuest’s delineator systems have been researched and developed to erase the level of confusion for the vehicle operator. It also assists its user (Soldier, Emergency Responder, Field Operator) with several advantages such as a rapid deployment of a data retrieving unmanned checkpoint, premium traffic and/or airfield management and organization, and, most importantly, an extra layer of safety never before used.