Tuesday, 26 February 2013

First past the post!

Tapeswitch are now providing sensors for horse riding simulators to Racewood Equestrian Simulators.

Racewood are one of the principal manufacturers of equestrian simulators, designing and manufacturing a unique patented product to simulate a wide range of horse riding activities, including racing, polo, jumping and riding for equestrians of all abilities. Racewood machines have sensors at the neck, saddle and knee to identify the riding position and help identify and correct any flaws in the riders position.

Historically Racewood had used foil sensors unfortunately these sensors were proving unreliable and didn’t measure up to Racewood’s exacting standards.

Keen to find a better solution for their customers Racewood contacted Tapeswitch. Working closely with Racewood, Tapeswitch were able to identify a switch that would deliver just the right sensitivity that the customer needed and which allowed Racewood to fit the switches inside foam and leather.

Karen Keighley of Tapeswitch commented “Whilst this was a relatively low quantity project we were able to deliver a much improved solution at a good cost effective rate. This allows Racewood to improve their customers’ experience without increasing the cost.”

Tapeswitch’s reputation has been built by providing pressure-sensitive products with durability and reliability to meet the customer’s specific criteria, and deliver a greater return on investment due to a high quality build and increased longevity.

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