GovComm Perfects Red Light and Speed Camera Enforcement Systems

GovComm detects and captures more violations than competitors because we utilize a 24 megapixel high-speed camera, a 4 megapixel network video camera, radar and lasers that track and monitor up to 64 vehicles across 5 lanes of traffic simultaneously.
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Jan. 16, 2013 - PRLog -- Washington, DC – GovComm is teaming to deploy its D-Cop red light camera and speed  enforcement systems for municipalities on five continents.  The D-Cop is a self contained modular head unit that communicates with back-office violation processing software.

The head unit features an IPX5 housing manufactured from stainless steel and installed on a pole approximately 10 feet high. The head unit houses a 24 megapixel camera with a resolution of 6,048 x 4,032 pixels, a 4 megapixel network video camera for video clip recording, a computer controller, electronic interface, a primary evidence mass storage device, uninterruptible power supply, a lamp monitoring unit and a communications interface. Traffic violations are automatically detected by using radar and laser based vehicle detectors. All elements, inside the head-housing unit, are in a modular configuration with each unit fitted with its own cooling fan.  The unit has a hinged lockable back and two glass openings for the camera, the radar, laser detectors and the flash. Temperature sensors are provided to ensure the unit does not operate outside its specified temperature range.  All interconnections from the street equipment are brought to a junction terminal located inside the pole. The head unit can be controlled remotely or an on-site technician can accesses the terminal through WIFI or an Ethernet connection found inside a small secure door mounted on the side of the pole at a height of 5 feet.

The Camera Module
The camera module mounts a unique 24 megapixel camera offering unprecedented resolution and a camera sensor large enough to monitor 5 lanes of traffic simultaneously.

Ancillary Video Camera
In addition to the pictures captured by the megapixel camera, GovComm provides an ancillary 4 megapixel progressive network video camera for recording a 15 second video clip anytime a violation occurs. The video clip records video footage of the road intersection 7.5 seconds before and 7.5 seconds after the violation.  The ancillary video camera incorporates a varifocal lens and a 1/3″ Progressive Scan CMOS sensor, which guarantees 24-hour day/night surveillance recording a crystal clear view.

Side Flash
The side flash is installed on an additional pole and 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 and illuminates 5 lanes of traffic.

Local Mass Storage Device
The internal hard drive works as a mass storage device which stores up to 500 GB of data. Storage requirements are approximately 2 MB per violation, which means that the D-cop can hold over 250,000 violations.

Violation Detection
D-cop uses non-intrusive radar or laser device detectors to capture speed and red light violations.

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About GovComm:

GovComm has found worldwide success in driving targeted, innovative products and services in the physical security, emergency notification and life safety industries.  GovComm customers include federal and state governmental agencies, defense contractors and high-end commercial enterprises.

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Contact Information:

Craig A. Waltzer
Chief Executive Officer
Washington, D.C. Office: 202-650-0244
Miami, Florida Office: 305-937-2000
Cell: 786-201-4915
Source:GovComm, Inc.
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