Traffic Speed Cameras

A speed camera is a camera that may be mounted beside or over a road or installed in an enforcement vehicle to see motoring offenses. This includes speeding, vehicles going via a red traffic light, vehicles going via a toll booth without paying, unauthorized use of a bus lane, or recording vehicles inside a congestion charge zone. Also, may be connected to an automated ticketing system. Such traffic speed cameras will measure a vehicle’s speed at a certain spot. Different cameras use various technologies such as laser, radar, video analytics, and many more.

Types of traffic camera Cameras Available

  • Traffic ANPR Cameras Automatic Number Plate Recognition is a robust security device that depends on quality images and robust software that can execute various functions. It is a mass surveillance device that functions with optical character recognition on images to read license plates, notify the police, identify suspicious vehicle and control criminal activities. These types of advanced road cameras are used in supply chain management, smart cities, industrial plants and other places where vehicular tracking is required. Additionally, ANPR traffic cameras can automate access control systems, deliver better security, control car theft, and make traffic management efficient.
  • Traffic Check Point Cameras Checkpoint road cameras are designed for application on urban roads and expressways. When a vehicle passes through, data such as license plate, vehicle type, vehicle color, and radar-detected vehicle speed will be collected and used for further e-challan application.

How Does Traffic CCTV Work?

A traffic camera takes a picture when they detect an offending vehicle. The pictures capture details like the color, make, model, and license plate number of the vehicle along with the date and time of the offense, direction of travel, the speed of the vehicle, the lane a vehicle is traveling in, and other parameters. Such speed cameras either use radar technology to gather photographs and data of traffic violators or utilize the automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) system to monitor road rule compliance. These cameras may also be connected to an automated ticketing system. Also, some of these cameras are also utilized to capture texting-while-driving violators. ANPR systems have fixed or mobile speed cameras that time vehicles over a known set distance and then calculate the driver’s average speed for that journey. Some of these cameras can also detect multiple vehicles in various lanes and are completely functional in all weather conditions. They are either battery-operated or have direct power supply facilities, and can be utilized either on their own or in conjunction with radar speed signs.

Why Choose Prama India for Traffic Cameras

Prama India provides seamless integration of system components, resulting in an exceptional user experience. The products and solutions synergize intelligent technologies in every vertical application. From data perception, transmission, storage, and management to analysis and most significantly, action, we create real-world solutions a true "one-stop-shop" for the security needs of a broad spectrum of industries. With a broad range of advanced security and surveillance solutions, we bring efficient, reliable, scalable, and integrated solutions to our customers. Being a major surveillance system brand, we meet the ever-changing requirements of different industries.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. How Does a speed camera work in multi-lane situations? Speed cameras can monitor multiple lanes using detectors embedded into the road surface or radar technology. Vehicles cannot evade camera detection by straddling lanes through these cameras.
  2. Are cameras able to identify a speeding vehicle in traffic? A speeding vehicle can be seen and photographed even if it is within a line of vehicles. The angle at which the cameras are placed enables pictures to be taken, even if another vehicle is nearby.
  3. Are the camera system accurate and reliable? (Need input From Prama Team) Using AI embedded technology in backend hardware and software this system proven to be most reliable and helps traffic authorities in strong evidences.
  4. Can weather conditions affect the working of traffic cameras? (Need input From Prama Team) Since these cameras are all weatherproof (IP66 or higher ratings) there’s no compromise in results even though weather conditions are varying.
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Traffic Speed Cameras

A speed camera is a camera that may be mounted beside or over a road or installed in an enforcement vehicle to see motoring offenses. This includes speeding, vehicles going via a red traffic light, vehicles going via a toll booth without paying, unauthorized use of a bus lane, or recording vehicles inside a congestion charge zone. Also, may be connected to an automated ticketing system. Such traffic speed cameras will measure a vehicle’s speed at a certain spot. Different cameras use various technologies such as laser, radar, video analytics, and many more.

Types of traffic camera Cameras Available

  • Traffic ANPR Cameras
    Automatic Number Plate Recognition is a robust security device that depends on quality images and robust software that can execute various functions. It is a mass surveillance device that functions with optical character recognition on images to read license plates, notify the police, identify suspicious vehicle and control criminal activities. These types of advanced road cameras are used in supply chain management, smart cities, industrial plants and other places where vehicular tracking is required. Additionally, ANPR traffic cameras can automate access control systems, deliver better security, control car theft, and make traffic management efficient.
  • Traffic Check Point Cameras
    Checkpoint road cameras are designed for application on urban roads and expressways. When a vehicle passes through, data such as license plate, vehicle type, vehicle color, and radar-detected vehicle speed will be collected and used for further e-challan application.

How Does Traffic CCTV Work?

A traffic camera takes a picture when they detect an offending vehicle. The pictures capture details like the color, make, model, and license plate number of the vehicle along with the date and time of the offense, direction of travel, the speed of the vehicle, the lane a vehicle is traveling in, and other parameters.

Such speed cameras either use radar technology to gather photographs and data of traffic violators or utilize the automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) system to monitor road rule compliance. These cameras may also be connected to an automated ticketing system. Also, some of these cameras are also utilized to capture texting-while-driving violators. ANPR systems have fixed or mobile speed cameras that time vehicles over a known set distance and then calculate the driver’s average speed for that journey.

Some of these cameras can also detect multiple vehicles in various lanes and are completely functional in all weather conditions. They are either battery-operated or have direct power supply facilities, and can be utilized either on their own or in conjunction with radar speed signs.

Why Choose Prama India for Traffic Cameras

Prama India provides seamless integration of system components, resulting in an exceptional user experience. The products and solutions synergize intelligent technologies in every vertical application. From data perception, transmission, storage, and management to analysis and most significantly, action, we create real-world solutions a true “one-stop-shop” for the security needs of a broad spectrum of industries. With a broad range of advanced security and surveillance solutions, we bring efficient, reliable, scalable, and integrated solutions to our customers. Being a major surveillance system brand, we meet the ever-changing requirements of different industries.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. How Does a speed camera work in multi-lane situations?
    Speed cameras can monitor multiple lanes using detectors embedded into the road surface or radar technology. Vehicles cannot evade camera detection by straddling lanes through these cameras.
  2. Are cameras able to identify a speeding vehicle in traffic?
    A speeding vehicle can be seen and photographed even if it is within a line of vehicles. The angle at which the cameras are placed enables pictures to be taken, even if another vehicle is nearby.
  3. Are the camera system accurate and reliable? (Need input From Prama Team)
    Using AI embedded technology in backend hardware and software this system proven to be most reliable and helps traffic authorities in strong evidences.
  4. Can weather conditions affect the working of traffic cameras? (Need input From Prama Team)
    Since these cameras are all weatherproof (IP66 or higher ratings) there’s no compromise in results even though weather conditions are varying.