Cracking Down on Dangerous Driving

by admin 17. July 2017 13:32

A special traffic campaign, named Operation Southern Shield, is happening July 17th - 23rd all across the Southeast to enforce traffic safety laws and help people arrive alive to their destination. Alabama, Tennessee, South Carolina, Georgia and Florida law enforcement have teamed up to crack down on traffic violations, including speeding, distracted driving and impaired driving. More...

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LTI's UltraLyte in Transporter Refueled

by admin 10. March 2017 12:29

The Transporter Refueled movie (2015) starring Ed Skrein as Frank Martin, a former special-ops mercenary, makes the mission become personal when his father, played by Ray Stevenson, is kidnapped and taken hostage. The rules in this sequel remain the same for the transporter - don't open the package, don't ask for names, and never change the deal.

During an exciting high-speed chase on the roadways of the French Riviera, major traffic violations are broken. As the transporter races along hairpin twists and turns with his 'packages' there are multiple car and motorcycle crashes, running of stop signs and red lights, and a heart pounding police chase. During this scene, a motorcycle police officer uses LTI's UltraLyte laser speed gun as the transporter's car comes flying out from an underpass as the chase continues. More...

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How Fast Can You Run? Officer Engages 11 Year Boy with a Laser Technology Lidar Speed Device

by rturriff 22. July 2016 08:51

Dane County Sheriff’s Deputy Todd Huppert does his best to keep vehicles under the speed limit in Dane County. Huppert noticed cars going a bit too fast in a small, family suburb in Madison, WI and he went to monitor traffic in the area to keep it safe for those spending time outside.

Image from viral Facebook post that was taken by boy's mother.

Huppert had only been sitting on the street observing traffic for ten minutes when two young boys living in the neighborhood approached him. More...

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Aurora HEAT Unit Catching Speeders and Aggressive Drivers with Help of LTI's UltraLyte

by admin 12. May 2016 16:15

The Aurora PD in Colorado is cracking down on aggressive drivers and speed violators. A new team called the HEAT unit (Highway Enforcement of Aggressive Traffic) with LTI's UltraLyte laser speed gun in hand have been instrumental in making the City of Aurora's highways safer. More...

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Laser Technology’s UltraLyte Speed Gun Seen on the Today show

by rturriff 24. November 2015 12:27

With school underway, safety for students walking to and from school becomes an important issue. This year, police officers in Tempe, Arizona are taking school zone speeding very seriously. In order to stop offenders, they are using LTI’s UltraLyte LR B, one of the market’s most durable and widely used laser speed gun in the world. With cars driving as high as 20 mph over the speed limit in school zones, the UltraLyte LR B is able to calculate an accurate speed reading of offenders, making drivers more aware and students safe. More...

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Speed Enforcement Campaign Launched in New England States

by admin 7. May 2015 12:18

New England region's six states launched the first ever coordinated 'crackdown' on speeding and failure to wear seat belts in the area. Titled the "New England Drive to Save Lives" campaign, local and state police are targeting violators on Interstates 91 and 95 this week. The second phase will include highways and secondary roads across the region. More...

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West Australia Using UltraLyte with Long Range Lens for Speed Enforcement

by kharrold 2. October 2014 10:26

No nonsense enforcement recently started in the western part of Australia using the LTI 20/20 UltraLyte fashioned with a long-range lens, as seen in this video below. Australian news sources report that fines will be up to 5 times higher than before September 26, 2014, when the new enforcement began. The increased police presence and fines are warranted because Western Australia has one of the worst road safety records in the country. More...

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Interstate Collaboration Efforts Successful With Help of the LTI UltraLyte

by kharrold 7. March 2014 15:46

Kentucky State Police, Michigan State Police and Ohio State Highway Patrol made a statement to drivers with a high visibility, collaborative crackdown on Interstate 75 during the last weekend of February, 2014. I-75 is a major north-south US traffic corridor that travels through 6 different US states. Using LTI 20/20 UltraLyte laser speed guns, troopers sought violators including impaired drivers, aggressive drivers, and those ignoring seatbelt laws.More...

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Officers Use LTI UltraLyte to Help Keep School Zones Safe

by mphippen 3. September 2013 12:34

Laser Technology is truly proud of our contribution to traffic safety over the years and our family of Laser based instruments has improved the lives of traffic officers worldwide providing precision tools for capturing speeds, aggressive drivers, and accident reconstruction. The UltraLyte series of laser speed guns is second to none when it comes to enforcing our speed laws. Here is vivid proof:

Okay ladies and gentlemen, parents, and drivers everywhere, school is officially back in session. In a news story released last week Douglas County deputies were taking care our little ones had safe passage while returning to school. More...

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Speed Enforcement Campaign in Sussex

by admin 9. May 2013 11:22

The UltraLyte Laser Speed Gun Assists Catching Speeding Drivers

Drivers in Sussex, England are now more aware of how dangerous speeding is on the roadways. During a weeklong campaign held in mid-April, the Sussex Road Policing Unit and Sussex Safer Road Partnership ran speed enforcement checks and managed to detect over 1,700 offenders. The campaign wasn't just to write tickets but also to help educate offenders on the dangers of excessive speed. More...

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