Laser Technology, Inc: Enter to Win Traffic Safety Package at IACP Conference 2018

by TNyland 13. September 2018 12:15

Whether you are looking to catch risky driving behavior in the act or are cleaning up the aftermath, Laser Technology has engineered some of the most advanced Traffic Safety equipment on the market today. At this year’s IACP conference in Orlando, FL October 6 – 9, Laser Technology, Inc., is offering a $10,000 traffic safety package towards an equipment and training that will help either combat dangerous driving behaviors or clear an accident scene faster. More...

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Interact with ACTAR Experts on Traffic Collision Tech and Earn 1 ACTAR Credit

by TNyland 30. May 2018 07:25

Documentation is essential during a crash scene; it tells you the visual story of what took place after the incident occurred. However, photos may lack context, diagrams may be needed and written content doesn’t always present well with your photos documentation. Mapping a crash scene can be the most tedious and time-consuming part of the investigation, but with the right documentation you can preserve the location of your evidence can change the way you map. More...

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Never Lose with the TruCAM Speed Enforcement Tool

by TNyland 21. May 2018 13:32

Local Italian Police have invested in 500 TruCAM® units, a laser speed gun enforcement tool created by Laser Technology, Inc., that detect driver's speeds, mobile phone and seatbelt use, overdue vehicle registrations and outdated insurance, in real-time.

According to the article on Muoversiaroma.it, Telelaser also for those without belts or use the mobile phone, the TruCAM has already been tested and used in several Italian cities roadways during the Easter holidays. More...

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TruCAM for Tendring Speed Enforcement

by TNyland 30. April 2018 12:39

More than 1.25 million people’s lives were cut short in 2013 due to a road traffic crash. According to the World Health Organization, between 20 and 50 million more suffered from non-fatal injuries with many incurring a disability as a result of their injury. In order to keep roadways safe, governments need to start taking action to disengage risky driving behaviors. More...

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