The city of Turnhout has installed a large number of our registration plate recognition cameras throughout its region.
The city of Turnhout in northern Belgium was looking to improve its management of heavy goods vehicles.
It was looking for equipment capable of generating traffic statistics for heavy goods vehicles both in the city centre and on access roads. Macq registration plate recognition systems perfectly meet this demand and have created additional functions equally profitable to the community.
Via this installation, the city can now:
Control the passage of heavy goods vehicles according to authorised days and time slots
Determine the average speed of road users, thus enabling the local police to pursue incidents of speeding recorded by the system.
Identify and intersect wanted vehicles.
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DataNews on 14/07/2009