When in average speed detection mode, TUTOR® analyses each section through two peripheral monitoring points, typically portals, which identify the vehicle data (moment of passage, class, number plate); when in instant detection mode, on the other hand, it also analyses the speed in a specific point. Its central system collects the information and, if the speed limits allowed along the section are exceeded, it queries the archives of the motoring authorities and car rental companies to trace the owner or driver of the vehicle.
The solution is approved by the Ministry of Infrastructures and Sustainable Mobility available to motorway and road concession-holders, regional road companies and municipalities wishing to improve safety on roads and motorways. Thanks to the use of new radars, their performance is now even better than previous models.
mature, tried and tested system.
with current privacy legislation.
outperforms previous models.
Better road systems
more fluid, safer traffic.
There are two speed detection points installed on existing infrastructures, the portals, positioned at a variable distance. Each portal has evolved video cameras and a radar system. Depending on the time the motorist takes to travel along the section marked by the two portals, the average speed of transit is calculated and detected. The system also operates in instant mode.
The radars detect any queues, accidents and vehicles driving against traffic inside the areas of interest. They cover up to eight lanes in two directions and determinedetect the instantaneouscurrent vehicle position, speed vector, classification, lane index of traffic items. The data are sent in real time to operating centres, reprocessed to assess various scenarios and used to regulate road traveltraffic.
The video cameras activated by the Radar photograph the number plate, recording the time and date at which the vehicle passed through. They are full-HD video cameras with high frame rates and multiple images, thereby improving the performance of the ANPR system. The tests carried out on the circuit have been run on vehicles travelling at 260 km/h and can detect vehicles even when raining and in foggy conditions or diagonal transit.
This cross-matches the data recorded by the video cameras of the two portals, calculating the travel time of each vehicle. For vehicles whose times exceed those permitted, it queries the archives of the motoring authorities and car rental companies to trace the owner and driver. For all other vehicles, data is eliminated immediately. Violations are then ascertained by the traffic police. The system supplies the data for filling in and producing the report, which is then sent to the offender.