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Traffic flows and unusual movements on the road can now be monitored with our cameras, sensors and adapted analysis software. Our systems allow police and surveillance services to carry out controls and manage traffic flows efficiently.
- Speed cameras are activated when vehicles passing them exceed speed limits or ignore a red traffic light, or both. The images registered by these speed cameras are used by the authorities to identify drivers and owners, and then proceed to fine or prosecute them. Linking ANPR technology to the images allows automated processing of these violations.
- AID (automatic incident detection) cameras can detect incidents autonomously, and warn road users about them. They are used to report situations such as incidents in tunnels and the presence of smoke, and to monitor the occupancy rate in a defined area.
- Average speed cameras use an intelligent combination of cameras with number plate recognition and a back office application. Every vehicle that passes an ANPR camera is registered with a timestamp. Comparing timestamps for the same vehicle means its average speed can be determined between two cameras. This can then lead to identification and a fine if the speed limit has been exceeded.
- E-tolling – Systems that apply tolls on certain routes. These work using OBUs installed and activated in a vehicle. We have rolled out this system for trucks throughout Belgium.
- Low emission control – A system that checks whether vehicles are allowed in certain zones based on number plate recognition and a link to a database. If engines do not comply with the emission standards, vehicle owners can be identified and fined. Antwerp, Ghent, the Port of Antwerp and the Brussels Region are already using this system.