Argos Guardian Move Over Camera

The Argos Guardian Move Over Camera’s unique features enable real-time automated enforcement. The proprietary combination of digital tracking radar, multiple high-resolution video cameras and artificial intelligence-based automated license plate reading (“ALPR”) accurately identifies infractions, captures evidence and generates violation packets. Each packet provides precise speed and passing distance readings as well as video recordings that serve as evidence for automated enforcement citations and potential court proceedings. Read the full article at Officer. ...

Editorial: Is Baltimore traffic camera revenue being spent wisely?

Last summer, the city relaunched the traffic camera program after two failed attempts because of erroneous citations. In the year since the program’s revamp, the city has issued roughly $25 million in fines. Now, transportation officials say 37 new red-light and speed cameras will go online starting Aug. 13. That’s in addition to the 93 cameras already in use. Read the full article / watch the video at WBALTV. ...

Lawmakers want federal probe of toll collection vendor

Two U.S. Senators are calling for an investigation into the company that manages the electronic tolling system in Florida and Michigan. […] “Conduent’s pattern of mismanaging cashless toll systems is deeply troubling and warrants further scrutiny,” the senators wrote. “If drivers are being hurt financially, the FTC should hold the company accountable and prevent it from doing further harm.” Read the full article at CBS12.