Speed Enforcement

GovComm’s automated speed enforcement is a tool that can enhance the capabilities of traffic law enforcement and is used to improve safety. Advantages include increasing safety for law enforcement officers in areas where traditional traffic stops are dangerous or infeasible due to roadway design, the ability to continuously enforce the speed limit, and reductions in traffic congestion sometimes caused by driver distraction at traffic stops.
User defined speed limits are entered onto the systems easy-to-use web interface. If a vehicle exceeds the speed limit, a video and series of still images of the vehicle with picture-in-picture license plate images are captured. GovComm optical character recognition software deciphers the alphanumeric license plate characters. A unique folder is created for every excess speed event including the vehicle’s speed, time & date stamp, location, direction of travel, license plate character string, series of still images of the vehicle, still images of the license plate and video images of the event.

The Govcomm difference

Highly accurate and available ​

GovComm speed enforcement systems calculate speed at accuracy rates greater than 95%. Our systems are 99.999% available with a mean time between failures greater than 5 years.

Secure Data and Images for Law Enforcement ​

GovComm maintains secure file systems and transfer protocols for law enforcement. An event log is maintained for every violation to ensure that a verifiable chain of custody is maintained.

Equipment Maintenance and Calibration​

In addition to field testing the equipment during setup, speed enforcement equipment should undergo regular maintenance to ensure proper and accurate functionality. Proper configurations, focus, computer module, flash and image capture processes for the equipment should be checked and calibrated monthly.
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How it works:

  • 1

    GovComm AI software onboard a powerful computer module monitors and performs hi-speed analysis of the video feeds from the system’s thermal and optical sensors installed on highways and arterial roads.

  • 2

    Speed criteria is entered onto the system’s user interface to alarm-out when a vehicle exceeds a user defined speed.

  • 3

    When excess speed is confirmed, a series of high definition still images are captured with a picture-in-picture cropped license plate.

  • 4

    GovComm optical character recognition software interprets the alphanumeric license plate characters and saves the information into a database of excess speed events including time, date, location, speed, still and video images that is available for retrieval.

Have Additional Questions?
Contact one of our engineers!
Phone: 305-937-2000