ITS Solutions manufacturer AGD Systems will launch its next-generation AGD 350 Traffic Control Radar next week at JCT Traffic Signals Symposium and Exhibition.
The company says the 350 is a sophisticated multi-lane loop replacement radar with stationary detection, ideal for use on complex junction approaches.
“Developed from enforcement radar technology, the maintenance-free 350 is a smart alternative to wear-prone loop and magnetometers in multi-lane environments where stop line detection is required,” explains AGD’s Commercial Director, Ian Hind. “It emulates up to 12 inductive loops, detecting approaching traffic at up to 100 metres. The 350 dramatically enhances the effectiveness of high-capacity MOVA and SCATS sites.”
AGD says installation is cost-effective and non-intrusive, as 350s mount on existing poles and easily integrate with controllers. The 350 features WiFi AGD Touch-setup, allowing simple ground-level configuration of multiple units, saving time and exposure to traffic risk.
The AGD 350 Traffic Control Radar can be seen on stand F4-F5, JCT Symposium, 20-21 September 2017 at The University of Warwick.