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Qatar implements Vitronic traffic enforcement solutions

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Vitronic Machine Vision Middle East and its Qatar partner ITQAN have recently received an order for 26 PoliScan systems. Sixteen systems will be employed for speed enforcement; 10 will be operating as combined solutions for speed and red light enforcement. This order is the second for Vitronic in the state of Qatar.

The new systems will be used primarily for enforcement on the recently built airport road. PoliScan systems are based on lidar measurements. A scanning laser captures the speed and position of each vehicle in the tracking zone. Violations can be detected on multiple lanes, even if drivers tailgate or change lanes.

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