Intertraff shows D-cop speed and red light enforcement camera
Intertaff's Toni Marzo displays the D-cop
Intertraff is unveiling its next generation speed and red light enforcement camera, D-cop. The company, which has installed hundreds of cameras worldwide from the USA to India, has been developing and producing ANPR cameras and software alongside speed and red light cameras for 15 years.
The new design of camera has been built on years of development of this technology and has been evolved to tackle the current challenges in the marketplace. Intertraff points out that the desire driven by urban architects and designers for attractive street furniture makes it important to integrate aesthetical pleasing traffic cameras into our urban and interurban landscape.
The new shape of the D-cop takes its cues from the aerodynamic cycle helmet: it uses only curved lines and is built entirely in aluminium. The two-tone appearance can be tailored to suit local needs and will ensure it complements its surroundings.
The striking new design allows it to be installed on a standard pole while the new head unit is so compact it can travel in a suitcase. This further reduces the cost of transportation and greatly eases the servicing and rotation of dummy installations.
“As you would expect, D-cop offers the key features customers demand such as utilising intrusive (loops or piezo) and non-intrusive detection (radar or laser), and is capable of detecting speeding vehicles or red light runners over multiple lanes,” says Toni Marzo. “The option of video recording and a 36MP camera sensor ensures absolutely crystal-clear images.”