Grants for Distracted Driving Received by Few States

by mphippen 20. September 2013 09:30

At the end of August this year Laser Technology sponsored a 'Webinar' discussing the importance of grant writing. Jeff Merriman was our guest and led the discussion based on writing successful grants totaling $13.5 million in federal and state grants since 2005. He's very good!

In the discussion Jeff stressed the importance of qualifying for the right grant. But the very first thing an agency should do is register with S.A.M. (System for Award Management), obtain a DUNS number, and actively participate in the NIMS program. All these have to be completed before you could even apply.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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Laser Technology One Step Ahead with TruCAM

by mphippen 3. September 2013 12:13

I continue to be amazed at how Laser Technology is always one step ahead by incorporating cutting edge innovations into our 2nd and 3rd generation lasers. LTI has integrated a laser with a digital video camera, making the LTI 20/20 TruCAM the most sophisticated speed enforcement tool available today. It is the only all-in-one handheld laser-based video and photo camera on the market. More...

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Operation 130 Safe Passage Using TruSpeed Laser Speed Gun

by mphippen 20. August 2013 12:51

Just when you think you've seen every application for LIDAR speed enforcement some creative people find yet another use for them. In a recent broadcast reported by Cleve Bryan of CBS 3, Officer Bryan Norcross, of the Burlington County Police Department demonstrates and talks about how they're using the TruSpeed laser speed gun. More...

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TruCAM Used For Speed Enforcement in Brazil

by mphippen 20. August 2013 09:41

Brazil was one of the first countries to recognize and embrace Laser Technology's TruCAM as an excellent solution to mitigate speeding and aggressive driving. It has been used for speed enforcement there since 2009 and has proved to be invaluable -- in fact, earlier this month on the front page of Globo.com Santa Catarina, Brazil’s e-Newspaper is a picture of TruCAM’s video display showing the rear of a Mercedes clocked at 200 kilometers per hour! More...

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Have You Registered for SAM.gov?

by mphippen 12. August 2013 12:48

Sign up to Get Grant Funding for Your Law Enforcement Agency


The reason I ask, is because Federal grant monies will be unavailable to your department unless you get it registered. In the summer of 2013 SAM (SYSTEM for AWARD MANAGEMENT) registration became a requirement for all Federal grant applications and awardees. To state it clearly here, unless your department is registered with SAM.gov you won’t be able to even apply period! More...

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TruCAM Distributed In Thailand

by admin 31. July 2013 13:15

Road transport is one of the main transportation means in a country which parts of, especially the city of Bangkok, are infamous for traffic jams and road accidents occurring on a daily basis. The majority of accidents seem to happen particularly in car parks throughout Thailand. The Department of Transport recognized a need for new technologies to help their police authorities and officers work more efficiently and so the Department of Land Transport Project was born.More...

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Communication Campaigns Against Speeding and Distracted Driving

by admin 29. July 2013 11:23

We certainly know that speeding and distracted driving are dangers to the roadway. Both activities reduce reaction times and contribute to too many accidents each year. Laser Technology has the technology to identify speeders and distracted driving. For example, LTI 's 20-20 TruCAM collects and stores a complete chain of video evidence for speeding and tailgating, along with a high-resolution image that identifies vehicle make, model and license plate number and facial characteristics of the driver -- a look at whether the driver is looking down or doing some other activity that would constitute distracted driving. More...

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TruCAM Demonstrations Held with Officers in Sri Lanka

by admin 16. July 2013 14:06

Ricky D’Souza, LTI’s Regional Sales Manager for South and Central Asia was recently in Sri Lanka demonstrating Laser Technology's Traffic Safety products to all states and their police departments. With the opening of new highways in the country, the Government is very interested in using the LTI 20/20 TruCAM as its main speed enforcement tool. Chief Inspector In Charge, Anuruddha K Chandrasekara of Southern Expressway Police Division, has been busy training all police departments in Sri Lanka about the TruCAM. More...

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LTI Supports Teaching Today's Youth Safe Driving Habits

by mphippen 2. July 2013 12:59

Keep the Faith and One Eye Open

We at LTI support teaching today's youth safe driving habits, and focus on the message "complacency kills." As we approach the fourth of July, it is imperative for us as parents to remind our children the importance of safe driving. Ongoing issues with teen drivers such as drunk driving, distracted driving, and staying focused should be taken seriously by parents who continue to have the most influence on their teen’s driving behaviors.More...

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