Mobile cameras

Laser based speed detection - how they work

The laser based or Lidar system has digital cameras the photograph the driver, vehicle and registration plate. It is the latest technology in traffic enforcement.

The laser based speed camera system can monitor up to six (6) lanes of traffic simultaneously. All speeding vehicles traveling abreast or in tight formation can be tracked and caught. The speed camera captures each vehicle with laser tracking, returning extreme accuracy and clean images.

These cameras are capable of taking pictures of speeding vehicles from the front and /or rear.

These speed cameras can also be deployed from the rear of the vehicle to enhance the safety of the operator, the equipment and for the ease and swiftness of deployment.

The camera operator is responsible for testing the unit prior to and after an operation to ensure the device is operating correctly. During the deployment of the camera the operator reviews and monitors the device.

All camera operators are in consent communication with the Police Operations Centre and the sites are also regularly attended by operational police officers.

Hand – held laser cameras – how they work

The hand held laser speed cameras capture each vehicle with laser tracking, returning accurate speed readings and clean images and a short video.

These cameras are capable of taking pictures of a speeding vehicle from the front and/or rear. Where the devices are used by police officers they will stop and issue an infringement to the driver on the spot.

The camera user is responsible for testing the unit prior to and after an operation to ensure the device is operating correctly. During the deployment of the camera the operator reviews and monitors the device.

All camera operators have instant communication with the Police Operations Centre and the sites are also regularly attended by operational police.