Oriux is launched as the brand that represents our never ending evolution, dedicated to innovation, technology, mobility solutions and safety.
Signal Group headquarters and main operations are moved to Houston, TX
Signal Group acquires Northwest Signal in Oregon.
Signal Group adds INMER in Mexico City to its group of companies.
Signal Group joins Peek Traffic and U.S. Traffic Corporations, and forms the conglomerate that includes Semex and Rayolite.
Rayolite joins forces with Hallen Products
Quixote Traffic Corporation wins the New York City traffic intersection update contract.
SEMEX incorporates Rayolite into its group of companies.
Quixote Corporation acquired North American operations of Peek
U.S. Traffic Corporation is purchased by Quixote Corporation.
Semex installed the first adaptive traffic control system in Mexico
Raymond International renames IDC Corporation as “U.S. Traffic Corporation”
Traffic Control Technologies (TCT) was purchased by Peek
Peek acquires the US based traffic equipment manufacturer Transyt
SEMEX is awarded the Signal Maintenance contract for more than 1,000 intersections in Monterrey, México.
Semaforos de Mexico –SEMEX— is established in Monterrey, Mexico.
Crouse-Hinds builds the first commercial modern three-section three-way traffic signal.
Dedicated in the creation and development of mobility solutions and traffic safety
Years shaping the future of mobility
ATC controllers worldwide
Traffic counters in operation
Cities served around the world
Intersections deployed worldwide
Our facility is certified to ISO-9001: 2015, ensuring that all facets of the manufacturing process, from sales order entry and product design to shipping and servicing, are performed in accordance with stringent quality standards.