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Halo Distributed

An accurately flexible and powerful vehicle detection point to point system.



Halo Distributed is designed for highly accurate Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) applications, traffic monitoring and enforcement. It can monitor and detect vehicles in up to four lanes of traffic, by using an advanced 3D High Definition (3DHD) radar with Redflex’s proprietary software. Beyond four lanes, multiple systems can be deployed.

Halo Distributed uses a dedicated camera for every lane. The system provides deployment options for gantry and bridge installations, as well as installations to pre-existing roadside infrastructure. Halo Distributed detection and enforcement applications include:

  • Average speed detection
  • Instantaneous speed detection
  • Traffic monitoring alerts and statistics
  • Barred lane monitoring and enforcement
  • ANPR for multiple applications, including ANPR for tolling and congestion charging

The Halo Distributed system software has been extensively tested and verified to meet strict traffic enforcement industry requirements.

Key Capabilities:

  • Speed Enforcement
  • Average Speed Enforcement
  • ANPR Enabled
  • High Resolution Image Capture
  • HD Video Recording
  • Bi-Directional Capture
  • Vehicle Classification

FEATURES

  • Real-time data
  • 3DHD radar performs a range of functions
  • Detects in environments affected by infrastructure
  • Latest generation camera sensors
  • Accurately measures range, angle and speed of detected vehicles

BENEFITS

  • Improved motorway management
  • Comprehensive traffic analysis
  • High performance detection coverage options
  • Superior image quality
  • Improved enforcement supported by ANPR

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