The right way with K&K

In response to increased wrong-way related accidents, K&K Systems, has developed a Wrong Way framework of components powered by either AC current or solar energy
December 7, 2021
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K&K uses thermal imaging cameras, Optical IR cameras and Radar Sensors integrated with its own Sign Alert System/CrossTalk Controller to detect a violator, to alert the driver and to report the incident to the proper authorities.

The K&K thermal and IR imaging cameras - made in the US – use AI software that allows visual clarity to determine a violation. While thermal and IR cameras operate in the same manner, thermal imaging allows detection through dense fog, heavy rain, smoke and other conditions that hinder sight. The Optical IR camera tracks and monitors vehicles while stationary or moving and determines directions and violations. It combines high-definition imaging, self-learning video analytics, network video recorder functionality and embedded with video management software to create an all-in-one video security solution.

The cameras record video directly to an on-board solid-state drive, eliminate the need for a separate NVR, and reduce installation and system costs.
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