MADE announces its SkyRadio for overhead high-voltage line detection on construction sites and the Nadir system for pre-identifying live low-voltage cables and feeders for electrical utility work. The SkyRadio system helps detect high-voltage electrical lines overhead. It includes one-to-eight wireless sensors on the high point of the equipment and corresponding transmitter/receiver modules that communicate with the central processing unit. The Nadir system has two components to identify live low-voltage cables under load in a trench or substation exit. A transmitter is connected using crocodile clips between two phases or between a neutral phase downstream from the point of interest. A hand-held receiver incorporates a display for signal-level readout and push-button controls connected to a transducer for cable identification or to a flexible Rogowski coil for phase/core identification.