Vitronic's Jana Stein and Daniel Scholz with the TollChecker systems
With the latest TollChecker generation, Vitronic not only presents a future-proof solution for multi-lane free-flow tolling systems but also responds to an important task for Europe: TollChecker is already capable of fulfilling the interoperability requirements for a European Electronic Toll Service (EETS).
Exhibited at Intertraffic for the very first time, the new tolling system gives an insight to the future of toll collection and enforcement. The company says the compact, light-weight system sets new standards for product design and performance, while R&D has produced advanced technology for reliably detecting, identifying and classifying all kinds of vehicles. The prestigious Ecotaxe project in France will be the first to employ this leading technology from Vitronic on French national roads.
With PoliScanspeed and PoliScanredlight, Vitronic is also presenting state-of-the-art systems for both speed and red light enforcement. Because these use reliable LIDAR technology to improve road safety, no in-road equipment is needed to capture up to three times more violators than conventional systems, the company says. Multiple vehicles on multiple lanes can be tracked easily, even in demanding situations such as curves or road-work areas. The latest software guarantees the system’s easy handling.
At Intertraffic, Vitronic is also launching another new tool for easy deployment – a remote-controlled tripod head for its mobile system that allows for automatic adjustment.