At Roadside Technologies Ltd we offer a range of products for either hire or sale to aid and assist community speed watch groups in reducing vehicle speeds in residential areas. By installing a pole mounted Vehicle Activated Sign (VAS) or Speed Indication Sign (SID), it has a proven positive effect on slowing traffic down entering entrances to villages. All items are simple to use and can allow users with no previous experience equipment to monitor, measure and enforce any speed limit using similar products to what the police and councils use. We have worked with numerous CSW groups across the UK to provide traffic surveys to highlight areas of concern. Data captured in an industry standard format can then be passed on to Local Authorities for action. Take a look at our most popular options below which are all available for either hire or sale.
Our PR-1000 Speed Radar Gun is a compact, digital, simple point and shoot unit which is operational within 5 seconds of powering up. Available for either hire or sale, the user simply points the speed radar gun at traffic and the speed will show up on the LCD display fitted on the rear of the PR-1000 for the user to read. The PR-1000 will measure approaching vehicle speeds of 7-325mph at up to 400ft away from the user, making it one of the safest models available and the most popular choice for monitoring roadside speeds with community speed watch groups. The PR-1000 is ideally suited due to it's low price point and simplicity of use. It has a recall button to show the previous 10 speed captured for data recording purposes.
The VAS-300 range is a cost-effective Vehicle Activated Sign/ Speed Indication Sign for improving road and site safety and reducing vehicle speeds on entrances to villages. Proven as an effective method to reduce traffic speeds, the VAS-300 will continually track an approaching vehicle from up to 100m away. The VAS-300 simply bolts on to a lamppost or similar object and measures and displays the approaching vehicle’s speed. Housed within the Vehicle Activated Sign is a maintenance free battery meaning it doesn’t need mains power to be operational. All units can either be powered using an existing mains supply or we can offer a solar-powered version which can keep the unit operational continuously throughout the year. The VAS-300 range has one of the most in-depth data recording facilities on the market, with the ability to covertly collect passing vehicle data, it is a very popular choice.
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The SDB-18 Vehicle Activated Sign will continually track, measure and display the approaching vehicle's speed form up to 100m away. The SDB-18 is a light weight portable Vehicle Activated Sign (VAS)/ Speed Indication Sign (SID) that can be pushed in to location by a single person. Housed within the framed work is a high intensity 12" LED Display which continually tracks and displays the approaching vehicle's speed. Should the approaching vehicle break the speed limit, a SLOW DOWN module will illuminate to remind the driver, all the while the passing vehicle data is being covertly recorded for download at a later date. The SDB-18 collects data including the fastest and worst offenders complete with a time and date stamp. Housed within the lower part of the SDB-18 Speed Indicator Sign is a battery and solar panel which will reliably power the unit all year round without ever needing mains recharging.
The Speed Spy is a road traffic vehicle data recorder designed to covertly monitor and measure traffic flow on the highways. It simply mounts to a post or similar street furniture and measures vehicle data to show traffic flow, average speeds, 85th percentile and also the worst offending vehicles including time and date stamp.
The Speed Sentinel is the ultimate in monitoring device for measuring and recording vehicle speeds through a village. The ANPR device is fitted with a Tatille ANPR camera, once a vehicle is measured over the user selected speed limit, a picture will be taken and stored locally on the trailer or streamed over the internet to a secure file for the user to process and review. The images can then be passed to the police for review and further action. The ANPR Speed Sentinel doesn’t have H.O.T.A (Home Office Type Approval) and can't be used as evidence. Housed within the trailer are batteries and a solar panel system to keep the trailered powered for 3-4* days.
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