Mark Wray brings decades long leadership in the direction of design and manufacture sourcing of products incorporating similar light technologies. In the summer of 2013, Mark recognized the increased applications for these light-based technologies in the manufacturing and warehousing market segment, and coordinated a team to focus specifically on developing products to enhance industrial safety using these platforms. Early on it became apparent that one of the major challenges for all industrial safety managers was in moving both pedestrians and heavy equipment operators safely throughout their facility. DockRight and LightCop were both designed to aid in the task of minimizing the risk of accidents or injury by assisting company safety manager's in their quest to drive compliance for established company safety protocol's. LTBLtech, LLC makes no claim that neither LightCop, nor DockRight can prevent or eliminate accidents. These safety products are simply designed to help drive compliance, and in doing so greatly contribute to workplace operations safety.
Convinced that laser and LED traffic management products could be developed to help reduce risk of accident and injury, particularly around blind intersections, the team began working on their two flagship products, the LightCop LED traffic signage and warning system and the DockRight laser line striping system. The key to decreasing risk was in developing features within their products that would help drive compliance to established safety commands such as a stop sign at an intersection. After numerous prototypes were developed in the creation of the LightCop, for example, features such as a flashing message upon approaching an intersection were adopted. The goal was to help minimize accidents and injury in the workplace, and help reduce subsequent loss through the development of more effective night-time docking systems. Once final systems designs were approved, the team began the process of product commercialization.