Leading Italian ITS company Tattile is being tight-lipped about a world launch it is planning for Intertraffic Amsterdam 2016. However, the company promises that the new camera range it has designed and developed from the ground up is genuinely next-generation.
“We are talking about a totally new ANPR range using technology that is revolutionary, not just for Tattile but for the whole sector,” says Tattile’s Massimiliano Cominelli. “To date, there are no cameras with the features and performance of what we will unveil at Intertraffic.”
Housed within a totally new, futuristic design that complements the current needs of urban design, the new ANPR camera range will feature a context picture plus night vision as well as advanced software for vehicle detection and classification. According to Cominelli, this latest innovation from Tattile has a wide range of applications from parking to free-flow tolling and enforcement.
Tattile says the world launch of the new range will take place on its stand at Intertraffic on the opening day of the event, 5 April, at 10.00am.
The company will also be showing the Vega Speed, the innovative new speed enforcement camera Tattile launched just a few months ago. Its main application areas are Instant Speed Enforcement and Average Speed Enforcement. In addition to being so light and compact, a key feature of the device is the level of integration that has been achieved.