Save up to 1000 times power compared to LED VMS

As a leader in the traffic signage industry, Rotapanel has revolutionized road safety and efficiency with its innovative Prismatic Variable Message Signs (PVMS) that are easy to power with small solar panels. Our PVMS use up to 1000 times less power compared to LED VMS of a similar size. Combining a commitment to high-quality production with a passion for environmentally friendly solutions, Rotapanel’s solar powered PVMS have become a standout option for modern traffic management.

Smarter traffic solutions, lower carbon footprint

Solar powered dynamic traffic sign Dynamic speed signs UK Impact protection vehicle sign



Our rotapanel signs have been placed in over 120 countries around the world.


Over 25.000 Rotapanel signs have been installed


We have over 60 years of experience in the industry

Harnessing solar power with unmatched quality

Rotapanel’s solar-powered PVMS offers a remarkable blend of quality, durability, and environmental sustainability. These signs, which leverage the minimal power consumption nature of prismatic technology, exemplify an unparalleled fit for solar power applications. Even in regions with limited sunlight, small solar panels can sufficiently power these signs, thanks to their energy-efficient design. Rotapanel’s unwavering commitment to quality ensures that each PVMS is constructed to the highest standards. Governments and road authorities from Switzerland to New Zealand can depend on them for reliable, long-lasting service, even in the most demanding traffic situations.

Our different product solutions

Solar powered WVZ

Discover how our cutting-edge technology is transforming traditional traffic signs into intelligent, data-driven solutions that enhance traffic management, safety, and efficiency on the roadways of tomorrow.

Prismatic variable speed limit sign

Explore our temporary speed limit signs, where safety and flexibility converge. Our dynamic signs adapt to changing road conditions, ensuring safer journeys and efficient traffic flow in areas where speed limits need temporary adjustments.