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Kria’s Latest T-EXSPEED Includes Machine Vision Cameras

Kria, an Italian traffic control company, has created an automated traffic enforcement system called T-EXSPEED which includes stereo software algorithms and several machine vision cameras for tracing and revealing traffic infringements.

The T-EXSPEED does not require external sensors and can track several traffic breaching activities like over-speed, prohibited left or right curves and red-light violations instantly by means of real-time stereo images taken by the cameras which are continuously deployed 24/7.

This automated system can record up to a vehicle speed of 300 km/h and can cover up to three lanes of parallel paths in both directions. The original version of EXSPEED employed Allied Vision Technologies’ three Prosilica GC cameras. The latest T-EXSPEED 2 model features 3 Prosilica GC cameras.

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