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The SafeZone™ system is a cost-effective way to calculate the average speeds of vehicles over a measured distance travelled within the enforcement zone, ensuring high compliance to the speed limits and smoother traffic flows.
SafeZone™ can be used for all types of urban, rural, highway or motorway average speed enforcement programmes and significantly reduces the required number of cameras and support infrastructure.
Compared to traditional fixed camera installations, SafeZone™’s ease of deployment allows for average speed cameras to be installed in residential areas with minimum impact caused on the local environment.
The system can be deployed with a minimum of 75 metres between camera outstations. Our average speed cameras can provide enforcement between 20mph and 140mph.
Following its success in reducing the speed of traffic through Milton Ernest, an additional SafeZone™ site has been installed and enforcing in Barkers Lane – with further sites identified and being planned.
During the development of SafeZone™, Siemens worked with a local school in Poole. This non-enforced trial outside Springdale School was developed with the full support of the local community, parents, residents, Borough of Poole, Dorset County Council and Dorset Road Safe.