TruPulse Tactical by Laser Technology, Inc. Featured in Soldier Systems Daily

by rturriff 27. October 2015 11:13

Soldier Systems Daily, a web publication focusing on the tactical industry, visited LTI at AUSA 2015 to take a look at the newly released TruPulse Tactical for SWAT and Law Enforcement. They liked the product so much that they featured it on their website! See Soldier Systems Daily feature on LTI's TruPulse Tactical.More...

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Pennsylvania PD Demos LTI 20/20 TruCAM in Hopes of Reducing Following Too Closely (Tailgating) Incidences.

by rturriff 5. August 2015 08:39

For 30 days, state police in Pennsylvania are testing LTI's LIDAR technology, the LTI 20/20 TruCAM, to enforce Aggressive Driving laws, specifically PA MVC 3310 also referred to as Following Too Closely or tailgating. Lt. Mark Green from East Pennsboro Township Police Department in PA announced that they would begin testing out the TruCAM all-in-one video laser with Distance Between Cars (DBC) technology at a press event in Harrisburg on July, 31 2015. Fox 43 Harrisburg, ABC 27 Harrisburg, CBS Harrisburg, and WGAL Harrisburg were some local news stations that attended the press event and interviewed Lt. Green and LTI about the LIDAR technology. 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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Prosecutor's Office Donation Enables Purchase of TruCAM

by kharrold 12. November 2014 10:43

Officers at the Jefferson, Ohio Police Department recently received a monetary gift that enabled them to purchase an LTI 20/20 TruCAM, a top of the line video speed enforcement equipment manufactured by Laser Technology, Inc. The Star Beacon, a local newspaper, originally reported the story about Ashtabula County Prosecutor Nicholas Iarocci through the Prosecutor's Office Law Enforcement Trust Fund (LETF). Read full article on donation to Jefferson Police Department. More...

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Connecticut Towns Integrate Plans to Keep Pedestrians Safer

by kharrold 23. October 2014 11:13

Laser Technology's TruSpeed Laser Speed Gun Used to Help Enforce Local Traffic Laws

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When the term traffic safety is used we don't always think about pedestrians and how they fit into this picture. Yet, dangerous driving is a very real threat to people on foot and other non-motorized vehicles. An article recently published by the Tri-State Transportation Campaign features details about the comprehensive safe streets initiative launched in Bridgeport, CT. Several pedestrians have been killed by motorists in the town in the last four years, prompting Bridgeport Mayor Bill Finch to bring attention to the fatal matter. 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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Laser Technology Speed Lasers Assist New York State with Enforcement

by kharrold 18. September 2014 14:00

New York news station WGRZ featured a news story this week about two of the state's top ten "speed traps." A speed trap commonly refers to a place where vehicle speeds are known to frequently exceed posted limits and police or troopers sit to pull over speeders. Speed reduction zones, school zones or high-speed freeways, in addition to certain geographic features, can be contributing factors in why drivers exceed the limit in those locations. More...

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LTI's Laser Speed Guns Help Enforce Speed Limit Over Labor Day Weekend

by mphippen 8. September 2014 08:59

"Over The River and Through The Woods….." Road to Grandma's House no Laughing Matter

Laser Technology Inc. proudly supports our nation's traffic enforcement officers. TruCam, TruSpeed, TruSpeed Sx, and DBC firmware for quantifying "Tailgating" and Aggressive Driving, were in full force over the Labor Day weekend. More...

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Why Write Tickets? Speed Enforcement Explained

by mphippen 1. August 2014 10:50

Laser Technology and its family of Traffic Safety lasers including the 25 year old Marksman, UltraLyte, TruSpeed, TruCam, TruSpeed S and Sx as well as Distance Between Cars (tailgating) firmware all accurately measure speed. Writing tickets with a bit of financial sting has proven to be the most effective way to remind motorists that speeding is not only a danger to themselves, but a danger to others as well. Both pedestrians and the motoring public are at risk. Slogans, PSA announcements, and statistic gathering don't come close to the personal attention law enforcement gives to speeders in the form of a ticket! More...

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Pennsylvania Considers Using Radar Speed Guns

by mphippen 23. July 2014 13:04

We at Laser Technology, Inc. (LTI) take pride in being at the leading edge of pulse laser technology. Products like the Marksman, UltraLyte, TruSpeed Sx, and TruCam were the first of their kind helping traffic enforcement officers operate safer and more efficiently. We see this commitment to excellence so often it's hard to surprise us anymore and think by now everyone must know what 'Lidar' brings to the table versus 'Radar' and what the major difference is between the two technologies. More...

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