10 km / h tolerance and the photos can not be rubbed!
The 28 portable speed cameras, which have been in arms for several days in the Bulgarian Traffic Police, will radically change the situation on Bulgarian roads and highways.
The Hungarian ARH CAM-S1 laser radar is virtually inexpensive for driver radars, detects cars at a distance of up to 2 km, can shoot up to 6 lanes and also runs day and night.
The Hungarian producers give a possible error of +-2 km/h for the camera, and the Traffic Police put 10-14 km/h tolerance. This is because of the difference in readings from measurements in cars and real speed. To be assured that the drivers will not be fined, have to ride with no more than 10 km/h over the permitted speed. This means that on motorways will no longer able to move safely with a maximum of 150 km/h, if you do not want to pay the fine. So far, the unwritten rule is allowed to drive on the highway 159 km/h without responding police camera.
Laser radar ARH CAM-S1 is equipped with a SIM card, by which in real time via the Internet link is immediately saved to the offending software. So far the photos they took off the memory sticks and then drifted into the database that the tone for the manipulation and corruption. Ray Lazereniât of the Hungarian cameras automatically detects the number of vehicle and process the data for its owner. If the car passes the specified above, the device plays five shots and one of them goes to the offender.The portable gear camera ARH S1 unlike hand gun for speed is completely self-contained and does not depend on the police officer. After it is set in place, it uses the automatic recognition technology to identify the registration numbers of vehicles, shoot still images or video, sets the GPS coordinates in real time-all without human intervention. The camera can be put on a narrow stretch along the way at a special stand or to be placed inside a police car.
In addition to speed, S1 may capture abnormalities such as driving in a bus or emergency lane. S1 also functions as a tool to monitor the traffic and congestion.