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More contracts leads to Videalert office move

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Intelligent traffic enforcement and management solutions company Videalert, has moved to new and larger offices in Pinner, Middlesex which the company says will enable it to expand its sales, project management and technical teams.

According to Tim Daniels, Sales and Marketing Director of Videalert,  “We have experienced significant business growth over the last two years with a rapidly increasing number of CCTV parking and traffic management installations nationwide.  Further success is being achieved through the development of ongoing partnerships with leading system integrators that are driving the growth ofintelligent transport systems across the UK and Europe.”

Videalert’s customers include local authorities, police, installers and system integrators.

The company says the “high levels of success” it has been achieving are not just restricted to the supply of CCTV-based systems to enforce moving traffic contraventions for new installations.  It says it is increasingly winning major contracts to replace existing installations that have reached the end of their operational life or are unable to deliver the higher levels of productivity that can be achieved with the latest automated digital systems. Other notable successes have been achieved across the UK in the enforcement of parking restrictions around schools during drop off and pick up times.

Most recently, Videalert’s hosted platform is now being deployed to automate the management and enforcement of Clean AirZones (CAZ) and Low Emission Zones (LEZ).  With real-time identification of vehicles including make, model, colour, gross weight, engine type, Euro rating and CO2 emission band, the system can accurately determine when an offence has been committed by integrating with the permit/payment system to confirm the correct fee for that vehicle has paid and or identifying prohibited vehicles entering the restricted zones.

 
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