Please use another Browser
It looks like you are using a browser that is not fully supported. Please note that there might be constraints on site display and usability. For the best experience we suggest that you download the newest version of a supported browser:Continue with the current browser
Through cities, towns, villages, on urban and interurban roads, and past schools, SafeZone is a Home Office Type-Approved average speed enforcement system. It is based on industry-leading automatic license plate recognition technology. SafeZone provides effective speed enforcement in zones that extend between pairs of cameras that are mounted at the side of either single or dual-lane highways or on cantilever poles or bridges over multilane roads.
SafeZone’s advanced technology and ease of deployment makes it cost-effective for residential, city, rural, or motorway enforcement. Siemens’ fully qualified team of highway and system design engineers will help you evaluate suitable locations and design all aspects of your SafeZone deployment.
With integrated license-plate recognition software and dual-lane IR and color overview cameras.
A high security unobtrusive, pole-mounted cabinet with tamper-detection and 3G wireless data from the camera.
Collects passage data, checks for speed violations between defined camera pairs, and produces encrypted evidential records when a speed violation is detected.
For viewing, verifying, and processing offense data with interfaces to all major deployed penalty notice processing systems.
Downloads, support and services
Growing traffic volumes, increasing air pollution, rising costs: A mobility solution cannot solve all your infrastructure challenges on its own. But it will always contribute to making your city or municipality even more modern, more attractive and more environmentally friendly.
London, Bedford, and The Hague: With SafeZone Siemens provides an innovative solution to help tackle challenges in traffic management.
120 Automatic License Plate Recognition (ANPR) cameras installed at four corridors and 24 sites along the A40
Successfully identifies the Vehicle Registration Tag (VRM), calculates average speed over a measured distance
Ease of deployment makes it particularly cost-effective
Average speed cameras measure the speed of vehicles traveling along the A6 and Radwell Road
Provides evidential records to police of any vehicles exceeding the assigned speed threshold
Reduces the average speed
Interurban version of SafeZone calculates average speed over a measured distance traveled
Discourages motorists from exceeding 80 kph on the A13 motorway
Ensures high compliance with the speed limits, promotes safer driving, and smooths traffic flow
SafeZone provides effective speed enforcement in zones that extend between pairs of cameras – for residential, city, rural, or motorway enforcement.