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New speed radar tracks vehicles with terrifying accuracy [Technology]
posted June 23 2012 7:37.01 by Giorgos Lazaridis




This is how Cordon, the new multi-targeting photo radar system sees the world. It is able to track 32 vehicles simultaneously, measure its speed and read the number plate as well. It also performs well over night thanks to some integrated IR spotlights.

Along with speed violations, it can detect detects also bus or taxi only lanes violations, by checking the number plate.

So, think again before you step on the gas...



[Via: engadget]    [Link: peakgainsystems]
 
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