Boris Wagner of Vitronic with the Enforcement Trailer
LIDAR pioneer Vitronic has a newly designed stand to present its latest developments in both traffic enforcement and tolling solutions. A world first at the ITS World Congress is the Enforcement Trailer, a new housing concept that allows autonomous operation without the need for existing infrastructure or human intervention. Equipped with an independent power supply based on high-performance batteries and an armoured hull protection, the Enforcement Trailer can run uninterrupted for five days.
The housing can be used both for enforcement and tolling applications and is easily towed to any site where deployment of ITS technology is only necessary for a certain time span or has so far been particularly challenging.
A joint development between Vitronic and partner company Cegelec, the French Ministry of the Interior will have 150 of the Enforcement Trailer systems to protect work zones from speeding vehicles. It can be viewed live at the demonstration area of the show at the Parc des Expositions de Bordeaux.
In addition, the Vitronic booth will also showcase TollChecker and the PoliScan FM1. TollChecker is a flexible tolling platform for getting information on vehicles from the roadside to the back office. The state-of-the-art platform allows customised solutions for high-performance identification of vehicles and the tracking of their journey throughout a tolling network. PoliScan FM1 is a next-generation LIDAR enforcement system that offers authorities maximum flexibility when enforcing against dangerous driving behaviour.