D-Cop



D-Cop is a digital camera intended for Speed, Red Light and Stop line enforcement.

Key Features:
> Megapixel camera (sensors available 5.0 MP, 12 MP & 24 MP)
> Ancillary 5.0 MP video camera for video recording
> Uses radar for detecting vehicles
> Monitors contemporarily multiple lane of traffic
> Detects speed, red light and stop line violations
> Flash is power supplied at 12 volts
> Violations fully encrypted using DES 128 bit
> Working Temp: -25°C / +60° C
> IP66 rate
> No extra cabinet required

D-cop Elements
The D-cop comprises of a head unit installed on a pole approximately 3 meters high. No Base cabinet is needed.
The head unit houses a primary Megapixel video camera, an ancillary Megapixel video camera for video recording, a computer, interface electronics, a primary evidence mass storage device, a lamp monitoring unit and a communications interface. Traffic violations are automatically detected by using a radar. All D-cop elements, inside the housing, are in a modular configuration.
All interconnections from the street equipment are brought inside the head unit.
D-cop is made from aluminum and the head unit has two side doors and a glass opening for the camera, the flash and the radar detector.

The Camera Module
For monitoring multiple lane of traffic, D-cop is equipped with a MegaPixel camera. Three different sensors are available: 5.0, 12 and 24 MP.

Ancillary Video Camera
As an option D-cop may install an ancillary 5.0 Megapixel video camera for recording a 16 seconds video clip anytime a violation occurred. The video clip is recorded in addition to the pictures captured by the Camera Module.
The video clip records a footage of the road intersection 8 seconds before the violation to occur and 8 seconds after the violation has been detected.

Flash
The flash is installed in the D-cop housing or in alternative on an secondary pole (side flash) and it’s designed to provide up to two variable power white light flashes in quick succession. The power of the flash is variable to meet the wide range of lighting conditions likely to be encountered. The flash is power supplied at 12 volts.

Local Mass Storage Device
The internal Hard Disk works as a mass storage device which stores up to 500 GB of data. Storage requirements are approximately 3 MB per violation, which means that the D-cop can hold 170.000 violations.

Violation Detection
To detect an infringement, D-cop uses a radar device.

Data Transmission
Violations are transmitted to Copland, which is Intertraff Instation software, either on demand or automatically at any time desired.
Access to the D-cop can be achieved via Internet, wireless LAN, WAN or any other communication link, since the D-cop uses standard TCP/IP protocol to communicate with the Copland.

Data Protection
The purpose of data protection is that D-cop violations cannot be tampered. D-cop uses the same encryption methods, employed by all major financial institutions (128 bit encryption coding).
Encryption transforms the images into random data ensuring that the nature of the data in unrecognizable to unauthorized observes, rendering impossible to alter any part of the image.

Check also:
D-cop presentation