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PoliScan speed Mobile. Mobile Speed ​​Control

22.05.2010

VITRONIC's PoliScanspeed sets new standards for mobile speed enforcement as well. The system combines the benefits of LIDAR speed enforcement with a design that allows maximum flexibility during use.

Unlike technologies such as radar or laser gun, PoliScanspeed mobile is suited for low-profile operation due to its fully automated vehicle detection. Enforcement officers can start processing incidents while speed enforcement is still in progress. In addition, the system automatically dismisses any invalid readings. As a result, operator errors do not affect the viability of incidents.

Tripod, vehicle front, or cargo area mounting

 

PoliScanspeed mobile supports different use scenarios and offers rapid deployment. Using the corresponding installation kit, the system can be installed in a vehicle's cargo area or next to the drivers seat. In addition, PoliScanspeed mobile can be quickly mounted on a tripod.

Before each capture, the system performs an automatic self-calibration and is ready for operation without the need for cumbersome calibration. Additional trigger mechanisms such as light barriers are not required.

 

More incidents with roadside housing

 

In addition to mobile speed enforcement, PoliScanspeed mobile can be used as a stationary unit. The roadside housing specifically designed for the system protects it from unauthorized access or vandalism. Installation is easy, and the system is quickly ready for use. All location data required for stationary operation is stored locally in the roadside housing and can be read by any PoliScanspeed system. This makes any system not used for mobile speed enforcement available for use as a stationary unit.

 

The benefits to you:

 

  • LIDAR measuring technology
  • Fully automated detection for low-profile operation
  • Operator errors do not affect readings
  • Mobile use: installation on tripod, passenger seat, or in cargo area
  • Stationary use: installation in roadside housing with location data storage