Average Speed Enforcement

Average speed enforcement has huge impact on vehicle speeds, lane control , crash rates, road safety and public safety outcomes. There is a growing body of evidence to result a number of road safety benefits associated with average speed enforcement, including high rates of compliance with speed limits.Average speed enforcement offers a greater network-wide approach to managing speeds that reduces the impact of time and distance halo effects associated with other automated speed enforcement approaches. Although it represents a highly reliable approach to speed enforcement that produces considerable returns on investment through reduced social and economic costs associated with crashes.

Average speed cameras accurately measure the average speed of a vehicle over a specific distance.When you pass through the first camera, it takes a photo of your vehicle, registering the number plate and the time the photo was taken.When your vehicle passes through the second camera, it takes another photo of your vehicle, again registering the number plate and the time.The system then does a quick calculation, dividing the distance between the cameras by the time taken for the vehicle to travel between the sites. If the average speed of the vehicle is in excess of the speed limit, then the driver of the vehicle has committed a speeding offense





Technical Features and Software Performances

Software features and performances
  • OCR ANPR engine on board
  • 2nd Lever OCR optional
  • Max Vehicle Speed 250 [km/h]
  • Working Distance up to 25 [m]
  • Detection 99%
  • Reading 95%
  • Grabbing 75 fps
  • Video streaming via standard RTSP protocol
  • Compression JPG
CONFIGURATION
  • Installation and configuration by Web Server on board
  • Configuration and monitoring through TCP/IP protocol (SDK provided)
  • Date and Hour Synchronization via NTP protocol, IEEE1588, GPS
  • Software Update Upgrading via Web Interface and SDK
DATA TRANSMISSION
  • FTP Client to FTP Server mode for remote data transmission; Multiple IP servers addressable
  • Tattile TCP/IP open protocol; (SDK provided)
  • Standard protocols XML; SNMP; NTCIP; DATEX2; UTMC; ONVIF; MODBUS
  • Serial Port Insulated RS485
OPERATING MODE
  • Continuous processing with automatic vehicle detection, even without plate
  • Image capture and processing triggered by Ethernet command or digital signal
Technical features
SYSTEM
  • ANPR camera 5 MPX BW, 5 MPx Color (color version)
  • Context camera 2.3 Megapixel color CMOS sensor
  • Illuminator 12 high power LEDs
  • Lenses C-Mount. Many focal lengths available
  • Operating System Linux Operating System
  • Digital i/o 6 Optoisolated input - 4 Relay Output – 1 Strobe output
  • Ethernet GigaBit Ethernet 10/100/1000
  • Storage uSD up to 128 GB , HD/SSD up to 1 TB
ENVIRONMENT, SIZE, POWER
  • Operating & Storage Temperature From -40° to +55° C
  • Operating & Storage Humidity From 10% to 90% non condensing
  • Power supply voltage 24 Vdc
  • Power consumption 50 W (max)

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Average Speed Enforcement




Average speed represents a highly reliable approach to speed enforcement that produces considerable returns on investment through reduced social and economic costs associated with crashes.

Average Speed Example




As illustrated in the above figure, when a Vehicle pass through point (A) ,The system takes a photo of your vehicle, registering the number plate and the time the photo was taken.When your vehicle passes through point (B) , The system takes another photo of your vehicle, again registering the number plate and the time.The system then does a quick calculation, dividing the distance between Point(A) and Point (B), by the time taken for the vehicle to travel between the sites. If the average speed of the vehicle violated the Speed Limit , then the driver of the vehicle has committed a speeding offense.and violation ticket will be issued.




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