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TC-400 Portable Radar Speed Sign

February 20, 2014
Radarsign’s TC-400 is a battery-powered radar speed sign offering the ultimate in portable traffic calming- weighing only 20 lbs.

Shield Radar Speed Displays

November 26, 2013
The Shield family of radar speed displays by All Traffic Solutions are compact, lightweight signs that can be mounted anywhere.

Speed Measurement Gear

October 11, 2013

The latest traffic enforcement products provide officers with advanced acquisition and durability. Photos courtesy of vendors.

Titan 400B Radar Speed Sign

October 8, 2013
Radarsign's Titan 400B is a battery-powered radar speed sign offering the ultimate in portable traffic calming and weighing only 20 pounds.

Sx Speed Enforcement Unit with App

October 8, 2013
Laser Technology's TruSpeed Sx laser enforcement unit with iOS/Android Bluetooth syncs with a SpeedCapture app to collect vehicle images with time, speed and distance data.

School Zone Safety System

April 12, 2013
RadarSign’s School Zone Safety System includes an AC or solar powered radar speed sign, AC or solar powered flashing beacons, a yellow fluorescent YOUR SPEED face plate, and StreetSmart data collection and reporting software.

Radar Speed Sign

March 11, 2013
Radarsign's battery powered radar speed sign is the ideal replacement for speed trailers for less than half the price. The sign operates for more than two weeks between overnight recharges.

Prolaser 4

October 24, 2012
Kustom Signals' ProLaser 4 is powered by four AA batteries and features a pistol grip, a new OLED rear display, and target acquisition with a target range of up to 8,000 feet.

TC-500B Radar Speed Sign

October 24, 2012
Radarsign's TC-500B is a mobile radar speed sign that is easy to move. The sign is battery powered and has a locking pole mount bracket so that it can be set up on multiple poles or posts.

Lidar Technology Comes of Age

September 21, 2012

Some two decades after its arrival, the speed laser is rapidly becoming a commodity. POLICE Magazine gathered all of the most recent arrivals and spent weeks evaluating their performance, utility, and user-friendliness. Then they were placed in service with a local PD for one week each.

Beacon Safety System

September 21, 2012
The beacons can be triggered to operate by speed and/or time dependency, and activate only when vehicles exceed a selected speed.

DVM-100 In-Car Video System, Laser Ally Handheld LIDAR

March 21, 2012
With so many law enforcement budgets reduced, Digital Ally is giving away a DVM-100 In-Car Video System, Laser Ally Handheld LIDAR and even an Event Recorder for your city's fleet. Enter code "PM03" to register for a chance to win these valuable tools.

TruSpeed S Laser Speed Detector

October 27, 2011
Laser Technology Inc.'s TruSpeed S is the third unit in the LTI 20/20 TruSpeed Series. With a lightweight new binocular-style design that is different from other units in the line, the TruSpeed S is compact, reliable, and affordable.

Digital Ally Introduces DragonCam for Speed Enforcement

October 26, 2011
Digital Ally has introduced the DragonCam, which integrates the Laser Ally LIDAR with a rugged, water resistant, high-performance camera and tablet computer.

Digital Ally Introduces LIDARCam for Speed Enforcement

October 26, 2011
The LIDARCam is an economical option for recording exactly what an officer saw through the head-up display, while simultaneously providing a high-end Canon digital camera that's easily accessible for another use.

IACP Certifies Kustom Signals' ProLaser 4 LIDAR

August 24, 2011
The compact ProLaser 4 is smaller, lighter, and faster than its predecessors. It's powered by four AA batteries and features a ruggedized pistol grip. ProLaser 4 delivers unmatched target acquisition (even through glass) and improved target range up to 8,000 feet, according to the company.

Digital Ally LaserAlly LIDAR

October 7, 2010
In-car video manufacturer Digital Ally has entered the speed enforcement market with its new LaserAlly LIDAR. The LaserAlly can acquire targets in one-third of a second at a range of more than a mile. At just 2.5 pounds, the LaserAlly is one of the lightest LIDAR systems on the market.

Digital Ally's LaserAlly LIDAR System Achieves IACP Certification

August 7, 2010
LaserAlly was listed on the Conforming Product List (CPL) for enforcement-technology equipment released July 30 by IACP. This equipment is intended for use in highway-safety programs, and LaserAlly was found to be both accurate and reliable when properly operated and maintained.

LaserAlly LIDAR System

July 20, 2010
Digital Ally's new handheld LaserAlly LIDAR System for vehicle speed detection is small, lightweight, and well balanced. It was designed in partnership with DragonEye Technology. LaserAlly features the ability to pinpoint the speed and direction of a vehicle in single- or multi-lane traffic, without regard to traffic congestion.

Digital Ally Receives Initial Orders for LaserAlly LIDAR Speed Detection

July 6, 2010
Digital Ally Inc., which develops, manufactures, and markets advanced video surveillance products for law enforcement, homeland security, and commercial security applications, has received initial customer orders for its recently introduced LaserAlly LIDAR system for vehicle speed detection and has responded to numerous requests for "test and evaluation" units from law enforcement agencies.
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