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Senate Kills GPS OCX Funding Due to Cost Overruns

Senate Kills GPS OCX Funding Due to Cost Overruns

🕔14:00, 18.May 2016

The Senate Armed Services Committee zeroed out the Pentagon’s $393 funding request for the new GPS ground control system during its May 11 markup, asserting that the program’s cost overruns — with a total cost that may reach $5.3 billion,

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Brookline traffic cameras left on around clock

Brookline traffic cameras left on around clock

🕔11:39, 17.May 2016

Since 2009, the Brookline Police Department has used video cameras posted at major intersections to track a rape suspect, investigate multiple hit and runs and solve crimes including bank robberies and package thefts. The cameras were instrumental in the investigation of

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Crashes rise where Columbus’ red-light cameras were

Crashes rise where Columbus’ red-light cameras were

🕔14:31, 28.Apr 2016

When state legislators passed a de facto ban on red-light cameras last year, municipalities across Ohio cried foul. Officials feared that crashes would increase. So far, they’ve been right — at least in Columbus, according to a Dispatch analysis of crash

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1,927 Manila Traffic Violators Caught by CCTVs Under No-Contact Scheme

1,927 Manila Traffic Violators Caught by CCTVs Under No-Contact Scheme

🕔13:04, 21.Apr 2016

Almost a week after the implementation of the “no-contact apprehension” policy, the Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has apprehended 1,927 violators, with 70 percent involving public utility vehicles. “No-Contact Apprehension” policy head Ronnie Rivera told members of the media on Wednesday

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Full-HD PTZ camera for industrial, marine or traffic application.

Full-HD PTZ camera for industrial, marine or traffic application.

🕔15:49, 15.Apr 2016

NXPTZHD is an exceptional, stainless-steel, FULL-HD, PTZ camera that guarantees high performance with high-definition images and is ideal for video surveillance applications in highly corrosive environments such as high-traffic areas, industrial zones and offshore/onshore marine areas. The full-HD, day/night, 1080p, 60fps

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Google Maps now shows traffic alerts in India

Google Maps now shows traffic alerts in India

🕔12:09, 15.Apr 2016

now shows traffic alerts in India, following the introduction of live traffic informationlast June. The feature alerts you in real-time of any traffic congestions in your commute, giving you the ability to select a less congested route. Traffic alerts are bound

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Researcher launches website that gives ‘all seeing eye’ on London traffic

Researcher launches website that gives ‘all seeing eye’ on London traffic

🕔15:37, 12.Apr 2016

A new website has been launched which allows people to keep an “all seeing eye” on most of London’s busiest roads. UCL researcher Oliver O’Brien, 35, has created the tool, dubbed the “London Panopticon”, in which viewers can watch videos of

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360 Degree View Surveillance Camera The Benefit of an All Seeing Eye

360 Degree View Surveillance Camera The Benefit of an All Seeing Eye

🕔13:43, 19.Feb 2016

IHS recently predicted that 360-degree cameras and surveillance technology would experience double-digit growth within the next few years. Industries such as retail are seeing a rise in theft and can take advantage of such growing technological capabilities by considering an

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Taxpayers still Paying Thousands for Switched off Speed Cameras

Taxpayers still Paying Thousands for Switched off Speed Cameras

🕔15:30, 15.Feb 2016

Speed cameras across Northants have been switched off for the past five years – but they are still costing taxpayers thousands of pounds a year, the Northants Herald and Post has discovered. The newspaper found in an Freedom of Information (FOI)

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Upgrade of ITS in Spain’s South-west region

Upgrade of ITS in Spain’s South-west region

🕔15:59, 11.Feb 2016

Spain’s General Directorate of Traffic (DGT) has awarded a new project contract for the maintenance and operation of the ITS facilities on highways managed from the agency’s Traffic Management Center (TMC) of the Southwest, based in Seville. In addition to

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