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Redflexred to catch offenders

Salaseini Moceiwai
Sunday, April 13, 2014

THE Land Transport Authority will soon introduce its latest red and speed light surveillance gadgets around the country.

And the busy Suva-Nausori corridor has been identified as the first area for the installation of such gadgets.

LTA spokesman Iliesa Sokia said the gadgets — known as the Redflexred were a fixed traffic enforcement solution.

"The Redflexred consists of a radar technology combined with high resolution digital cameras to detect and photograph intersection red light or combined red light and speed offences," he said.

"The Redflexred provides a flexible intersection enforcement solution that can detect red light, speed and speed offences simultaneously across up to six lanes of traffic.

"An 11-megapixel camera provides the image quality required for smaller intersections while the optional 16-megapixel camera delivers optimum image performance for all enforcement applications."

Mr Sokia said the gadgets also include live video capability for additional incident verification and an auxiliary front view camera.

"The system is highly customisable with a wide range of options and accessories available to enable users to configure the system that best suits their requirements."


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