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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Video - South Dakota Highway Patrol Cracking Down on Speeders

by jbartels 14. November 2011 13:13
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LTI's UltraLyte Making A Difference In Highway Safety


Watch the video on how law enforcement in Sioux Falls, SD is getting down to business in enforcing the speed limit. In an effort to make Interstate 229 safer for commuters, South Dakota Highway Patrol has adopted LIDAR technology.

Using the LTI's UltraLyte laser speed gun, Sgt. Steve Swenson is able to use pin-point targeting accuracy to target a single speeder in dense traffic. "We can put that dot on a vehicle and its vehicle specific versus the in-car radars that shoot out a cone bean," Swenson said.

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LTI TruCam Helping Police Departments Address Tailgating

by admin 15. June 2011 14:40

Laser Technology's TruCAM laser rangefinder is helping police departments all across the nation address the problem of drivers who are causing accidents due to following the car ahead of them too closely. 

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Construction Zone Speed Enforcement Program Helps Keep Construction Workers Safe

by padkins 5. April 2011 13:15

Wisconsin's local police are using Laser Technology’s UltraLyte laser speed gun within a construction zone disguised as construction workers to catch speeders off guard. Construction zones are becoming increasingly dangerous for the workers and according to WISN Channel 2 News, “Nationwide, some 900 road construction workers get killed in traffic accidents just last year. That is more fatalities than law enforcement officers.” More...

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Tailgating Violations - Can You Read Bumper Stickers on the Car in Front of You?

by admin 18. February 2011 07:55

Can you read the bumper stickers on the car in front of you? If so, you're probably following too closely. Fox News KTRV-TV in Boise, Idaho reports on how the Nampa Police department are keeping an eye out for "tailgaters" with the new camera device that they are using - the Laser Technology TruCAM laser rangefinder with DBC technology. With this device, police can know the distance between two cars and their speeds. Nampa PD has seen an increase in accidents near the Garrity interchange and have determined that most of those crashes were caused by drivers who were following too closely.

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