Laser Technology attending the Governors Highway Safety Association 2011 Annual Meeting

by admin 19. September 2011 12:58

The Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA) 2011 Annual Meeting, "Shifting Gears: Driving Culture Change in Highway Safety" is being held on September 25 - 28 at the Hyatt Regency in Cincinnati, Ohio. The meeting will offer workshops, exhibits, presentations and brings together top safety officials, researchers and others to share best practices, strategies and plans.  Laser Technology, Inc. will be revealing their new line of speed enforcement and tailgating enforcement products.  Please visit LTI booth number 41 and talk to Andy Hill, about how adopting a lidar public awareness program can help keep our highways safer.  

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LTI TruCam Helping Police Departments Address Tailgating

by admin 15. June 2011 14:40

Laser Technology's TruCAM laser rangefinder is helping police departments all across the nation address the problem of drivers who are causing accidents due to following the car ahead of them too closely. 

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Tailgating Violations - Can You Read Bumper Stickers on the Car in Front of You?

by admin 18. February 2011 07:55

Can you read the bumper stickers on the car in front of you? If so, you're probably following too closely. Fox News KTRV-TV in Boise, Idaho reports on how the Nampa Police department are keeping an eye out for "tailgaters" with the new camera device that they are using - the Laser Technology TruCAM laser rangefinder with DBC technology. With this device, police can know the distance between two cars and their speeds. Nampa PD has seen an increase in accidents near the Garrity interchange and have determined that most of those crashes were caused by drivers who were following too closely.

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Clackamus County Field Tests Laser Technology's DBC Technology

by admin 14. January 2011 14:47

Clackamus County had over 13,000 crashes last year and their Sheriff department was the first one in the United States to test DBC (distance-between-cars) technology in the United States. Deputy John Naccarato, Traffic Supervisor for Clackamus County contacted Laser Technology as he found out about the DBC technology that LTI had developed and saw it was being used in Canada and Europe but nowhere in the United States. He became very interested in it due to the amount of accidents that were occurring because of tailgating violations and felt it would be very beneficial if they had it to use in their agency.

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DBC A Welcome Solution for Tailgating Violations

by admin 10. January 2011 13:39

Laser Technology Inc offers a patented software feature called DBC (distance-between-cars) that incorporates into both the LTI Ultralyte 100 LR and the TruCAM. This software has become a invaluable tool for law enforcement around the world in determining traffic infractions such as driving too closely or tailgating.

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