is launching a refit service for mobile enforcement vehicles (MEV), which it says will allow UK councils to extend the operational life of existing assets.
The firm claims that the service will allow councils who obtain MEVs from suppliers such as TES and SEA to replace analogue technology with high-definition cameras which offer capture rates up to 98%.
The vehicles achieve this capture rate by making a single pass at normal road speeds rather than having to make multiple passes at speeds of 10-15mph, the company adds.
Tim Daniels, sales and marketing director of Videalert, says: “It will allow the vehicles to be used in a wide range of traffic management enforcement and monitoring applications. What is more, there is also no restriction regarding the types of vehicles that can be upgraded.”