LTI Provides High Tech Tools for Law Enforcement

by mphippen 28. August 2012 13:21

TruCAM and DBC technology are some of the high tech tools that are making a difference in enforcing the law for Longmont Police, giving them a safer, quicker and more efficient way to provide evidence beyond a shadow of a doubt of speeding infractions, following too closely or even mapping accident scenes.

In the recent article, Longmont Police Go High Tech, Pierrette J. Shields of Longmont Times-Call“ writes, "It probably isn't what comes to mind when you think "Robocop," but Longmont police are using more and more technology to enforce the laws, and officers say it is saving time and improving accuracy.” More...

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LTI's Laser Speed Guns Tested for Speed Enforcement in Trinidad

by mphippen 15. August 2012 09:55

What is it about human nature that makes many drivers take advantage of others even at the risk of personal injury or death? Whatever it is, it's the primary reason we need police to enforce the laws. A very interesting example of this phenomenon took place in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad & Tobago in early August. As we all know the mantra of NHTSA and most State Highway Safety offices is Education, Engineering, and Enforcement, the three E's of traffic safety. More...

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Distracted Driving Causing Safety Issues on Highways

by mphippen 6. July 2012 10:32

The TruCAM can provide videographic evidence of offenders.


In an Associated Press article No elegant technical fixes for distracted driving published on June 11, 2012 it discussed the well known dangers of distracted driving and lamented over the fact any real gadgetry exists that prevents a driver from using the phone or texting while at the wheel. More...

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Wilmington Police Department is Stepping Up Traffic Enforcement

by padkins 25. June 2012 09:35

Recently the Wilmington Police Department in North Carolina has increased traffic enforcement laws in areas of the city where crime is at its worst.  This strategy is to make police presence clearly known by concentrating patrols in high-crime areas and cracking down on traffic violations to deter thieves and thugs. Last year the city introduced a system called ShotSpotter which sends the gunfire location directly to officers in the field the moment a gun goes bang. More...

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Laser Technology DBC Explained in American Cop Magazine

by mphippen 8. May 2012 11:48

"Light Grenades, Sabers, and Tailgating, Oh My" - How to Quantify "Following too Close"

Had a ticket thrown out lately? Looking for solid proof? Ever wish you had a "Light Saber?" In the May 2012 edition of American Cop Magazine, author Jason Hoschouer sheds insight about Laser Technology's DBC (Distance Between Cars) referring to this newest innovation as being "more lidar wizardry." This unique patented firmware created by LTI is the only LIDAR unit with this feature, giving officers the ability to collect hard and accurate data to go along with their visual to actually quantify tailgating! No longer a 'judgment' call, DBC instantly displays the distance, speed, and elapsed time between the offending vehicle and lead vehicle. More...

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Aurora Police Department Using LTI's DBC Technology

by admin 8. May 2012 08:24

Laser Technology's DBC (Distance Between Cars) firmware has recently been adopted by the Police Department in Aurora, Colorado to help them pinpoint aggressive drivers and enforce tailgating "following too closely" violations. More...

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Aggressive Driving Enforcement Campaign Targets NE States

by mphippen 16. March 2012 08:22

DBC Technology helps with Tailgating Enforcement

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We have all seen that driver, the one who zooms past, weaves in and out of traffic, and tailgates only to slam on the brakes. Maybe you have been that driver.

Maryland and a few other states like Pennsylvania and Virginia are part of the Smooth Operator campaign which targets aggressive drivers. This program has become a model program nationwide and continues to grow every year. In 2010, the campaign was stepped up and more than 510,000 citations were given out over the year.

The Wall Street Journal article - "Honk if You're an Aggressive Driver " 6-2010 states, “Last year, police officers in the state [Maryland] wrote 207,000 tickets for aggressive driving, says Vernon Betkey, head of the state's highway safety agency. The most recent crackdown started earlier this month."

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The UltraLyte Laser Speed Gun is Gaining International Interest

by aclarke 28. February 2012 09:23

The UltraLyte is part of England's zero tolerance campaign.

The city of Dorset, England, has recently begun a new program for handling motor vehicle offences. "The rural force has launched a zero-tolerance campaign against motoring offenses such as using mobile phones while driving, after incidents including a man playing a harmonica at the wheel of his car." says Mail Online, an internet newspaper publication for the UK. And yes, that is a man playing a harmonica with BOTH hands while driving! The Dorset police department has purchased two UltraLytes to assist in their campaign efforts. Officers will be able to accurately see if drivers are using a mobile phone or not wearing a seatbelt.

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Malaysia Enforces Speed Limit with LTI's TruCAM Speed Gun

by admin 9. February 2012 12:54
TruCAM Being Used in Malaysia
Kuala Lumpur traffic police officer Zaini Abu Seman
recording speeding motorists using a Tru Cam camera

Police in the peninsula of Malaysia have known for a few months now that the TruCAM is very effective in speed enforcement. They have been using TruCAM units in the Klang Valley and in an article by The Star, Bukit Aman police traffic chief Datuk Abd Aziz Yusof said the camera was effective as it saved time. Twenty-five TruCAM units are currently being used in the valley and 35 traffic personnel from Penang, Perlis and Kedah attended a three-day course training on the use of the TruCAM.

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TruCAM Laser Speed Gun Technology Now Adopted In Sri Lanka

by jbartels 17. January 2012 14:01
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on the Adoption of the TruCAM

Sri Lanka Road Development Authority recently purchased five TruCAM laser speed guns that will be used for speed enforcement for the National Highways and Police Departments. The Southern Expressway in Sri Lanka has had a total of 11 accidents on the expressway with most of them due to speeding related incidents. This has brought to the attention to the Traffic Police how important it is to implement the new speed detection process of using the TruCAM sooner rather than later.

SSP K. Arasaratnam, Director for Traffic Administration and Road Safety told the Sunday Times, "New technology equipment named the TruCAM Laser Gun will be used to detect speeding on the expressway. This laser gun can also detect vehicles approaching from a 150 km distance."

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