Intertraffic sees latest Redflex speed enforcement and ANPR
Intertraffic Amsterdam 2014 sees the European launch of Redflex’s advanced fixed speed enforcement and automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) systems. One of the first fixed enforcement systems to use non-intrusive dual radar technology, RedflexSpeed radar uses a high resolution colour or monochrome 11 megapixel camera, with visible or infrared illumination to accurately photograph speed violations across up to six lanes of traffic, providing lane identification, vehicle position and positive vehicle classification. The unit can be pole or gantry-mounted and is claimed to be ideal for enforcing all speed situations in all weather conditions.
As Redflex points out, dual radar technology removes the need for in-road sensors and eliminates the usual radar anomalies, allowing the camera to be operated at sites where traditional radar-based camera systems fail, while the two radars operate independently to verify speed measurement.
The RedflexAnpr high definition number plate recognition system is a scalable, fully automated number plate recognition system which suits a wide range of applications from car park monitoring and restricted lane monitoring to tolling, travel time monitoring and surveillance. It can function as a stand-alone ANPR system, or up to four additional camera modules may be added to a single camera control unit to provide a scalable automated ANPR system.
Redflex will also be highlighting RedflexRadarcam for vehicle or tripod-mounted mobile speed enforcement, as well as a range of enforcement and infringement management software.
Comments Ricardo Fiusco, Redflex CEO: “We’re close to receiving European approvals for RedflexSpeed radar, which is crucial to our development plans for the region.”