Average Speed

Average speed enforcement works as a deterrent and can significantly reduce the number of serious and fatal crashes. Average speed (section or point to point) enforcement works by measuring the time it takes a vehicle to drive between two points. If the vehicle's average speed is higher than the speed limit for that section of road, the system creates an offence package with detections and images from both points.

Redflex’s Halo platform is designed to capture average (section) speed offences (and can be used for other enforcement activities too, including instantaneous speed, red light and licence plate recognition) on smart motorways, freeways, trunk roads or in an urban environment.

The Halo solution utilises 3D high-definition radar for non-intrusive vehicle detection and image triggering to effectively cover up to six lanes of bi-directional traffic.  Halo is also equipped with highly sensitive HDR cameras that deliver exceptional low-light performance in all conditions include night photography. A low power, high-intensity LED flash provides targeted illumination on the object, without stray light inherent to traditional xenon flashes.

The Halo average speed solution offers flexible installation options, including roadside or over the lane. The Halo average speed solution is designed for quick and cost-effective installation, with minimal civil works required.

Key Capabilities

  • Bidirectional detection
  • Detection of up to 6 lanes of traffic
  • High-resolution image capture
  • HD video recording
  • Multiple enforcement capabilities
  • ANPR detection