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PoliScanspeed camera snaps 20,000 traffic offenders in five days

(PresseBox) (Wiesbaden, ) Only a few days into operation a PoliScanspeed speed enforcement system is currently delivering convincing results in Australia: In just five days the system from machine vision specialist VITRONIC caught 20,000 speeders – despite widespread publicity of the system’s installation.

The Australian website “Perth Now“ quotes Police Minister Rob Johnson “When you get 20,000 people in five days exceeding the speed limit on the Mitchell Freeway, these people are just absolute plain idiots.”

The Australian Police’s figures once again show the superiority of modern speed enforcement systems. PoliScanspeed from VITRONIC captures considerably more violations than conventional technologies. It operates with state-of-the-art LIDAR technology that makes in-road loops and sensors a thing of the past. The laser based enforcement system is reliable even in challenging situations such as road work areas and bends or when vehicles tailgate or change lanes.

About VITRONIC Dr.-Ing. Stein Bildverarbeitungssysteme GmbH

Since its foundation in 1984, VITRONIC GmbH, headquartered in Wiesbaden, Germany, offers machine vision systems in three main areas: industrial automation, logistics and traffic technology. The product range spans from standardized to individually customized solutions. All products are developed and produced in-house by VITRONIC.

VITRONIC's core competence in the field of traffic technology is the enforcement of vehicles in free-flowing traffic. State and local authorities as well as private service providers use VITRONIC products for increased safety. Tolling system operators use these technologies for automating toll collection and enforcement.

The company is among the world's leading industrial machine vision companies and operates on five continents. VITRONIC products are currently in use in 40 countries.

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