Traffic Logix offers both entry level camera accessories as well as cutting edge robust speed camera solutions. Speed cameras, used on their own or with driver feedback signs, can help to further encourage motorists to slow down, particularly in high-risk areas such as school zones or popular pedestrian or cycling routes. They are also a popular solution to highway safety challenges and often used near toll booths.
Speed cameras detect speeding vehicles using radar technology directed toward one or more lanes on the road. There are also cameras used at intersections with traffic lights, which additionally detect when vehicles enter intersections after the light is already red.
Speed cameras are popular in work and school zones as well as for highway safety improvements. Camera locations can also be residential or private communities or wherever speeding and moving violations are a concern. Study after study has proven the effectiveness of speed cameras in slowing cars down, encouraging safer driving, and reducing crashes and injuries.
The demonstrated effectiveness of speed cameras has helped departments of transportation to launch speed camera programs that complement and reinforce traffic safety. By reducing the number of speeding or red light infractions in certain problem areas, officials can in turn reduce the number of moving violations and traffic injuries that can result from these infractions.
When a speed camera system detects a passing vehicle, it takes a picture. These pictures capture the following information about the offending vehicle:
Color, make, model, and license plate
Date and time of the offense
Direction of travel
Speed of the vehicle VS posted speed limit
Lane vehicle is traveling in
Other specified parameters
SPEED CAMERA SYSTEMS
Whether you want to gather data and imagery on speed violators or use speed cameras to help enforce speed limits, our solutions are here to help you capture the images you need for highway safety, school zones, and overall safer roads.
The Guardian awareness camera is ideal for smaller, low volume roads. It must be used with a SafePace speed display sign.