Accident hotspots often occur in locations where continuous speed enforcement is not an option. Rural roads and work zones do not have the necessary power and data connections to make this possible. Mobile measuring systems do not have a sufficiently long battery life and cannot be used unprotected for long periods.
With its new Enforcement Trailer, VITRONIC is now offering a new solution for traffic monitoring that makes zero demands on the local infrastructure. The Enforcement Trailer is a joint development between VITRONIC and partner company CEGELEC and has already succeeded in winning a tender from the French Ministry of the Interior. 50 systems will be put in operation throughout France by the end of the year, and this number is set to rise to 150 by the end of 2016. The first Enforcement Trailers are already deployed in work zones and generated up to 2,500 cases per day.
VITRONIC and CEGELEC will present the Enforcement Trailer to the general public for the first time at the ITS World Congress, which is held in Bordeaux from the 5th to 9th of October. If you are interested in a personal presentation at Bordeaux you can arrange an appointment via our website for the ITS World Congress 2015.