Olivia's Aleksey Efremov displays the company's range of speed enforcement systems
Russian company Olvia, based in St Petersburg and a specialist in speed enforcement systems, which has exported its technology to European, Asian and South American countries, is here at Intertraffic to highlight a range of speed enforcement cameras.
It includes the Arena 1.5 MB, the Merlin (Arena Multi-target), and the Vizier 2M, a portable handheld traffic radar speed camera that can also be used to photograph or video road traffic accident sites, for example, or for traffic infringement video recording in manual mode.
The Arena speed camera, which is available in both stationary and mobile format, is a multi-functional traffic radar that uses of state-of-the-art technologies ensures perfect functional specifications: use of Doppler radar guarantees accurate measurement of the vehicle speed in any weather conditions and offers all the advantages of non-invasive technology. The high resolution camera produces infringement photos of perfect quality at any level of light conditions (by using a special spotlight that does not dazzle drivers).
The Arena 1.5 MB performs automatic capture of speeding violations and measurement of distance to a speeding car; automatic number plate recognition; data storage of traffic infringement photos on a USB safe storage key in protected format; and automatic recognition of all vehicles passed through the device’s control zone and a respective database formation. The device is connected and adjusted by using a portable computer via Wi-Fi connection and a distance between the device and a portable computer can be up to 30 metres.
Meanwhile, Olvia’s latest product, the Merlin, is a compact device mounted at a height of 5 to 10 metres at the roadside or above the traffic lane. Capable of controlling up to four lanes, it automatically selects targets from the traffic stream indicating the lane, speed, direction and automatically recognised licence plate.