31. May 2011 10:45
For the second week running, as Martin Brundle walked the grid before the start of the 2011 Grand Prix in Monaco he made reference to our very own world leading Tenasbarriers.
As the BBC F1 commentator went to interview Jenson Button, had to first “get through the Tensator Barriers”!!
Check out the reference to “Tensator Barriers” on the BBC iPlayer at 0:33:12.
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9. May 2011 14:21
As Martin Brundle takes to the grid before the start of the 2011 Turkish Grand Prix, he makes reference to the attention to detail demonstrated by the Red Bull Racing team.
The Red Bull Racing team have everything under control before, after and during each race and even have time to polish the “pylons” or as Martin corrects the “Tensator Barriers” before the race!!
Check out the reference to “Tensator Barriers” on the BBC iPlayer at 0:29:46
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16. September 2010 14:45
If you missed the BBC1 programme 'Bang Goes the Theory’ when it was screened last night, there is still a chance to catch a glimpse of our Tensabarrier posts and post top signage in action at the National Science Museum, by viewing the BBC's iPlayer.
Checkout how images shown in post top signage at two different security lines altered the way that people act. Showing images of young active people subconsciously encouraged visitors to walk faster than when shown images of older people. Triggering just the thought of a stereotype was enough to get visitors to actively adapt their behaviour in line with the stereotype.
Interesting stuff! Catch up on the iPlayer now!
8. September 2010 15:44
Tune into BBC1, Wednesday 15th September at 7.30pm to see our Tensabarrier and signage products on the popular science series ‘Bang Goes the Theory’.
Based at London’s Science Museum the experiment looks at how you can alter people's actions and abilities by something called ‘priming’.
Research has shown that if you show people images or cause them to think about being inactive/elderly they will respond by acting slower themselves. However, if you show them images of movement and youth they will move faster. The programme will show this in the queue by using barrier signage which illustrates these different images so it can be measured how people react.
16. July 2010 13:20
Tensator receives world coverage as the BBC gets exclusive access to the world’s most advanced fighter jet, the Joint Strike Fighter or F-35.
As the F-35 takes centre stage in the BBC News video, Tensator’s Yellow Heavy Duty Posts can be clearly spotted creating a safety zone around the fighter jet.
The Tensabarrier® posts have been used to prevent camera crews, journalists and reporters getting too close to the next generation warplane, and ensuring that the dangerous under-wing areas are kept clear, putting safety first!
3. November 2009 13:16
As BBC’s Jake Humphrey recaps on the 2009 F1 season, he relives some of the funniest moments he’s shared with Eddie Jordan, or as he likes to call them “Eddie-isms”.
Jake explains his winning Edie-ism, “the moment he ran off and grabbed Michael Schumacher in Valencia. The world and his wife wanted a chat with the seven-time world champion and EJ delivered just that for you guys at home.
I remember that I was in the midst of a link and hadn't really clocked his dive under the Tensabarrier“.
This really goes to show that the Tensabarrier is getting coverage across the world, and is even on the tip of many a tongue!
Over recent months we’ve spotted Tensabarrier’s on the big screen, on TV shows such as EastEnders, in the Virgin Atlantic advert, in the Daily Mail and even on Panorama!
Get involved and in a “Where’s Wally?”style; let us know where you spot our products!
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