Visitors to the AGD stand will also see the new, larger-zone AGD 645 Pedestrian Detector. With its increased 10x3m detection zone, just one 645 can cover an entire super-crossing, which can be up to 10m wide from pole to pole. Already seen in many locations worldwide, super-crossings are ever more prevalent, and AGD anticipates a great deal of interest in this enhanced product.
Also on show from leading ITS solutions specialist AGD Systems at this year’s Intertraffic is the highly successful non-intrusive, loop-replacing AGD 318 Traffic Control Radar. The company says the 318 is increasingly becoming the solution of choice for local authorities seeking a smart, cost-effective alternative to wear-prone loops and magnetometers.
AGD has a comprehensive range of ITS product solutions that are well suited to applications in international markets. Both the 318 and the 645 are proven in the UK to deliver unprecedented ease of deployment, integration and setup to allow maximum flexibility for evolving traffic models.
AGD Systems is part of The Traffic Group, formerly AGD Group, which recently acquired AV Systems, one of the world’s foremost suppliers of ANPR cameras. AGD Systems already works with MAV, supplying radar products to work alongside MAV’s IQ range of intelligent ANPR cameras, and the two companies are currently working on a number of other synergistic solutions.