AGD radar detector tracks up to ten vehicles simultaneously
AGD is launching its very latest intelligent radar detection system, the ‘318’ at Intertraffic Amsterdam 2014. Designed to detect and monitor vehicles in single lanes or highways environments, the newest member of AGD’s family of innovative FMCW radar systems is its most advanced yet.
Capable of tracking up to 10 individual vehicles simultaneously as they approach or recede, the ‘318’ provides range, speed and occupancy measurement for traffic flow control.
Measuring speeds from 4km/h to 300km/h across several lanes and making target range measurements of up to 150 metres, the company says it is the ideal solution for congestion management and incident detection and a number of other ITS applications in urban and inter-urban environments.
Other new ground-breaking radars on display will be AGD’s solutions for enforcement. The company says they offer the precision required to meet the exacting speed enforcement measurement standards of international jurisdictions and provide accurate range measurements of vehicle targets in highways environments from the roadside.
AGD’s radar detection systems for international street lighting applications will also take centre stage at this year’s event. The company’s dynamic street lighting control solutions can help authorities and lighting manufacturers realise cost and carbon saving benefits by dimming streetlights based on measured traffic flows in cities and on inter-urban routes. Information can be sent remotely via wireless communications to local lighting control centres or interfaced directly with DALI systems.
AGD’s team will also be on hand to showcase its radar solutions for the rail sector to improve information and safety on networks.