D-Cop is a fixed camera system that is specifically designed to enforce traffic violations across multiple lanes of traffic. The system consists of a head unit that is installed on a 3-meter high pole. The head unit is equipped with one or two 12 Megapixel cameras, and an ancillary 8 Megapixel video camera, that are housed within a modular configuration. In addition, the head unit includes a computer, interface electronics, a primary storage device, a lamp monitoring unit and a communication interface.
D-Cop’s radar technology enables the automatic detection of traffic violations. The head unit is made of aluminum and features two side doors and a glass opening to accommodate the cameras, flash, and radar detector. All connections from the street equipment are brought into the head unit, eliminating the need for a separate base cabinet.
The D-Cop system can monitor multiple lanes of traffic using one or two 12 Megapixel cameras. As an optional feature, the system may include an 8.0 Megapixel video camera to record a short video clip of road intersections around the time of a violation. This video clip is in addition to the still images captured by the main cameras.
The flash, which is installed in the D-Cop housing, can provide up to two white light flashes of variable intensity in quick succession. The flash’s power can be adjusted to accommodate a variety of lighting conditions, and it operates on a 12-volt power supply.
The D-Cop system’s internal hard disk can store up to 500 GB of data, which can accommodate approximately 170,000 violations at an average storage requirement of 3 MB per violation.
The D-cop system uses an OIML-certified multi-tracking radar to detect various traffic violations, including:
– Red-light violations
– Stopline violations
– Illegal manoeuvres, such as U-turns, overtaking, and wrong turns
– Yellow box violations
– Use of the hard shoulder by vehicles
– Trucks driving on the wrong lane.
Additionally, the system can enforce separate speed limits for trucks and standard vehicles.
D-cop’s detected violations are efficiently transmitted to the back-office software through various communication links, such as Internet, wireless LAN, WAN, or others that utilize standard TCP/IP protocols. The data protection is considered of prime importance. D-cop uses robust encryption methods, like 128-bit encryption coding, commonly employed by leading financial institutions to secure the violation data. This encryption process transforms the images into encrypted data, making it unreadable to unauthorized personnel, ensuring that the violation data remains tamper-proof.
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