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Sensys Gatso

Radarxense has an extensive knowledge in traffic – and speed enforcement radars. One of our customers is Sensys Gatso, a well established name in traffic enforcement systems. Sensys Gatso has decades of experience in enforcements systems.

One of the challenges Sensys Gatso faced was to minimize the installation time and complexity of an in-car enforcement system. In-car radar systems which are available on the market today, do require a reference speed input to determine the own speed.

Radarxense developed a radar sensor based on Sensys Gatso’s own radar antenna, which does not require the reference input. The unique algorithms can determine the speed of the enforcement vehicle itself and while driving the radar measures also the speed of the passing vehicles. This allows the user to measure speed of passing vehicles in multiple lanes while driving on the right lane. In stationary mode the radar can also determine the speed and lane of both receding and approaching traffic.
The radar itself is a compact design which can easily be integrated behind the license plate.

 

Ramet

RAMET a.s. specializes in development and production of active and passive radar systems. With its tradition dating back to 1955, the company supplies state-of-the-art surveillance systems for ATC purposes and ELINT reconnaissance systems. RAMET is also one of market leaders in law enforcement products.

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RAMET wanted to upgrade their existing line of speed built in speed measurement system by giving their customers the option of also measuring the distance to a target. This would allow the user to determine which target on which lane made the offence. As RAMET had already a fully operational speed measurement set-up, they opted to use a Radarxense module as a secondary measurement device to determine the distance of a target. The RAMET engineering team created a perfect solution without having to re-engineer the speed measurement section of the system.

A good example of expanding current systems with standard Radarxense radars. For more information about this system, please visit www.ramet.as

 

Orlaco

RadarEye makes the difference at Sibelco

Orlaco launched its innovative safety system Radareye in 2012. Radarxense developed the radarsensors of this system to Orlacos specifications. The sensor fulfill the stringent ISO16750 specification and are in use at many (ofroad) operators worldwide. One of the companies is Sibelco in Belgium.
Sibelco extracts and refines various types of sand and minerals. These mainly relate to top quality silica sands for industry.
Sibelco came across Radar eye in April 2012. Sibelco had wheelloaders equiped with ultra sonic safety systems which operated more or less fine, but the systems had their typical disadvantages of an ultrasonic system: latency in responses and more sensitive to environmental conditions.

RadarEye suitable in harsh conditions
After a succefull trial period in which the radardetection system was evaluated together with the ultrasonic system, the Radareye system (with the Radarxense sensors) was clearly the better choice. Major differentiators where the insensitivity to dust, sand and the clear vision on the Orlaco display. This resulted in the adoption of Radareye for all the Sibelco wheelloaders in the BeNeLux

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RadarEye suitable in harsh conditions
After a succefull trial period in which the radardetection system was evaluated together with the ultrasonic system, the Radareye system (with the Radarxense sensors) was clearly the better choice. Major differentiators where the insensitivity to dust, sand and the clear vision on the Orlaco display. This resulted in the adoption of Radareye for all the Sibelco wheelloaders in the BeNeLux

The various components of the Radar eye safety system, the camera, high resolution monitor and the Radarxense sensors.
Radarxense and Orlaco engineering teams have designed, tested and validated such sensor system benefitting from indepth knowhow and experience for today’s and future radartechnology applications.
Pls also visit www.Orlaco.com for more information.

Photographs courtesy of Orlaco

 

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