SenSPEED P2P is our point-to-point average speed enforcement solution that has been officially gazetted and approved by Roads and Maritime Services, New South Wales, Australia. It is deployed in six locations across the state and has been delivering results and revenue since 2012.
Point-to-Point enforcement works by measuring the amount of time it takes a vehicle to drive between two points and then calculates the average speed of the vehicle. If the vehicle’s average speed is higher than the speed limit for the length of road, a matching entry and exit incident file will be created for post adjudication.
The SenSPEED P2P system consists of a number of critical hardware and software components carefully chosen and packaged to deliver a complete customer solution that works P2P speed enforcement solution that works 24/7 in all weather conditions.
Apart from high-functioning cameras to detect and read number plates of vehicles entering P2P zones, the system requires high-accuracy clocks that can keep time without drifting even when communications to time-sync servers are lost for extended.
periods of time. All SenSen time sync-servers and software are NMI certified and are proven to work in extreme weather conditions.
When needed, our average speed cameras can be augmented with spot speed sensors such as Radar or Lidar or even both in combination to offer a comprehensive solution for all speed measurement and enforcement needs.