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AGD launches multi-lane radar for complex junctions

First publishedin ITS International
September October 2017
UK company AGD has upgraded its AGD 350 traffic control radar, a multi-lane above-ground radar suitable for use on complex junction approaches where stop line detection is required.


The maintenance-free 350 now emulates the function of up to 12 inductive loops, detecting approaching traffic at a range of up to 100m and is said to enhance the effectiveness of high-capacity MOVA and SCATS sites, particularly when partnered with the AGD 318 traffic control radar.

The non-intrusive system can be mounted on existing poles, and features Wi-Fi, AGD Touch-setup to simplify the ground-level configuration of multiple units and integration with controllers while also minimising exposure to traffic risk.

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