Safety

REI updates stop-arm camera to capture four lanes

Posted on October 1, 2013

REI’s A.R.M.O.R.-StopArm solution can now capture stop-arm violators in four lanes of traffic. The multiple cameras with different focal length lenses deliver clear video, and officials say the front and back license plates are recorded from both directions.
REI’s A.R.M.O.R.-StopArm solution can now capture stop-arm violators in four lanes of traffic. The multiple cameras with different focal length lenses deliver clear video, and officials say the front and back license plates are recorded from both directions.
OMAHA, Neb. — Radio Engineering Industries Inc. (REI) has upgraded A.R.M.O.R.-StopArm to capture up to four lanes of stop-arm violators, and officials said nearly all metro street configurations are covered by REI's newest innovation.

A.R.M.O.R.-StopArm’s multiple cameras with different focal length lenses deliver clear, precise, quality video of violator license plates. Front and back license plates of the violating vehicle are recorded from any of the four lanes and from both directions.

The user-friendly automatic download feature identifies violations for processing and makes them available for viewing from a web browser. A.R.M.O.R.-StopArm can also be configured to generate reports to meet local law enforcement ordinances.

Related Topics: stop-arm running/illegal passing

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