Containerized distributed average speed system
Average speed enforcement, how does it works?
- Average speed enforcement is a type of traffic law enforcement that calculates a vehicle’s average speed over a distance.
- This is typically done using ANPR camera systems that capture images of vehicles as they pass through two or more points along a road, and then use these images and data to calculate the average speed of the vehicle over the distance between those points.
- The goal of average speed enforcement is to encourage drivers to maintain a safe and consistent speed over longer distances, reducing the number of accidents caused by speeding and improving overall road safety.
Tattile Section Control (Tasc) is a complete average speed enforcement solution and data collection system, providing exhaustive transit data and violation candidates to enforcement and security agencies.
- Scalable solution to support thousands of cameras and thousands of transits per hour
- Supports multiple Tattile camera models and configurations, with ANPR capability in many regions and countries
- Welmec 7.2 compliancy for software-equipped measuring device
- Increased privacy level thanks to on-edge data encryption, digital signature, and configurable data access policy
- Fully configurable system to adapt to local regulations
- Web-based intuitive configuration interface
- API REST interface allows easy integration with multiple Back-office Software
- Self-diagnostic and camera diagnostic data collection for maximum system reliability
- Configurable and extensible storage given the expected traffic flow and expected storage time
- Optional licensing for additional features such as Brand Color Class Model recognition, double-timing, instant speed
- Average speed enforcement
- Data collection for security and crime prevention