Department expands its neighborhood camera surveillance plan with cameras that have assisted in making arrests for prostitution, public consumption of alcohol and loitering. An undisclosed number of portable and mobile cameras soon will supplement a pair of operational fixed-site surveillance cameras. The new cameras then will be hooked into a citywide wireless network allowing police to view live streaming video from their squad cars. The department records video, allowing it to use as evidence to prosecute crimes. Raytheon is providing the system to the city on a trial basis.
It is never fun to get a ticket but sometimes the picture turns out to be funny becuase it caught you with a really angry face or surprised. I am going to create a collage of pictures in the next few months and would like to consider your picture for a laugh. If you are open to me publishing your picture on my web site with your license plate number edited out please send it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NHTSA minimum guidlines for unmanned speed enforcement systems says that the sensor system needs to provide a secondary method to prove a vehicle is speeding. The first can be using RADAR or LIDAR and some method to determine which lane the violating vehicle is traveling in. What are these companies using as a secondary methods? Loop 101 in Arizona talks about using a dopplar RADAR system to identify the vehicle and its speed. Another company advertises a scanning LIDAR that scans the highway 100 times per second to identify a vehicle and record its speed. If the lidar system is to be considered for unattended operation, the manufacturer of the system shall provide a secondary method for verifying that the evidential recorded image properly identifies the target vehicle and reflects this vehicle’s true speed, as described in §5.16.2.