The new office at Watchmoor Park, Camberley is more than just a new building – it brings together two previously separate offices and represents an opportunity for UK based staff to work together in more efficient, enjoyable ways. Jenoptik has continued to expand its presence in the UK, whilst also supporting and
There has been a significant improvement in driver behaviour and speed limit compliance since Scotland’s first urban Average Speed Camera (ASC) system went live on Old Dalkeith Road, Edinburgh one year ago. Jenoptik’s SPECS3 VECTOR system was introduced to improve road safety on the route, reduce the number
VECTOR P2P is Jenoptik’s latest average speed enforcement solution, based around the successful SPECS family of cameras, as used at hundreds of routes across the UK. It has now been awarded NMi approval, allowing it to be operated as a live enforcement system. Average speed, or P2P enforcement is becoming an increasingly important
PACTS (Parliamentary Advisory Council for Transport Safety) recently held a Speed Summit and subsequently published a report covering interventions that are known to work in improving road safety and casualty reduction. The report includes information around the 2016 RAC Foundation research into average speed, along with a report into the effectiveness of
Jenoptik Traffic Solutions UK will be attending the Traffex show, introducing the innovative new VECTOR SR system, alongside their full range of advanced ANPR solutions. Jenoptik will be showing a wide range of current and future technologies, including
Jenoptik Traffic Solutions UK (a part of the Jenoptik Group) has acquired all shares in ESSA Technology, a UK software developer specialising in Police and enforcement back office solutions. ESSA Technology interface real time vehicle information with operators’ data and objectives, through the use of powerful data mining and analysis tools.
Lancashire chooses SPECS3 VECTOR average speed enforcement cameras from Jenoptik for eight routes through the county.
Eight routes where thirteen people have lost their lives in road accidents in almost six years (01/01/2011 to 01/10/2016) are being targeted in a bid to cut down on the number of casualties. The routes across Lancashire have seen a total of four hundred and six casualties with sixty two people suffering serious or life changing injuries since 2011.
SPECS average speed enforcement cameras contribute to two prestigious Prince Michael International Road Safety Awards.
Two routes that have previously been given the title of “most dangerous” roads have this week scooped awards for their significant casualty reductions. Jenoptik Traffic Solutions UK supplied SPECS cameras to both the A9 Safety Group and the A537 Cat and Fiddle, contributing to the road safety improvements recognised by the judging panel.
Independent research proves that SPECS average speed cameras significantly reduce casualties wherever they are used.
The RAC Foundation, supported by Road Safety Analysis has recently published results from a detailed study into the effectiveness of average speed cameras, looking at 25 years of data covering dozens of UK routes. Significant casualty reductions are seen where average speed enforcement has been used, with SPECS cameras supplied by JENOPTIK
VECTOR LX is a Red Light Enforcement system to detect and enforce red light offences at level crossings, developed by Vysionics for Network Rail. Level crossings account for the majority of public fatalities that occur on the rail network, so Network Rail undertook a development project to reduce this risk through a number of targeted measures.
The A9 Safety Group has won the CIHT John Smart Road Safety Award, for a range of interventions along more than 200km of carriageway, including the implementation of 50 SPECS3 average speed cameras, supplied by Vysionics. The A9 SPECS3 installation has been in operation since October 2014, and is already delivering impressive changes
Visit us on stand B22, together with Jenoptik Traffic Solutions. Vysionics are long established as leaders in ANPR and average speed enforcement technology, with TRAFFEX being the perfect opportunity to showcase our latest solutions. Following our acquisition by Jenoptik in November 2014 visitors will be able to
A 220km long SPECS average speed enforcement scheme on the A9, Scotland, is already delivering fewer casualties, improved journey reliability and better driver behaviour. A Vysionics supplied point to point enforcement system was installed between Dunblane and Inverness, covering 220 kilometres of road along
A SPECS average speed camera scheme has won a Prince Michael International Road Safety Award, for a highly effective casualty reduction scheme on the A614 in Nottinghamshire. The Vysionics supplied average speed enforcement scheme was implemented to reduce the number of people killed or seriously injured on the A614
The international leader in enforcement technology has bought Vysionics, the UK based ANPR and average speed enforcement experts. This acquisition by Jenoptik opens a new chapter for Vysionics, with a strong parent company allowing further expansion into international markets as well as well as introducing a range of new
SPECS3 VECTOR has now achieved Home Office Type Approval (HOTA) and can be used for the enforcement of average speed offences. SPECS3 VECTOR is the latest addition to the highly successful SPECS family of averagespeed enforcement devices. Unlike earlier SPECS platforms, SPECS3 VECTOR is a fully integrated camera unit
A SPECS average speed camera scheme (the first ever contract awarded through the GPS Traffic Management Technology framework) is delivering real benefits to the A614 in Nottinghamshire. In January 2012, Nottinghamshire County Council ordered a SPECS3 average speed enforcement solution from Vysionics ITS for the A614