Azimuth 4 traffic enforcement camera unit

Cutting-edge hardware system for automated traffic regulation enforcement

Azimuth 4 is deployed to automatically enforce traffic regulations on linear road sections (including up to four lanes), intersections, reserved lanes, parking areas, railway crossings, and uncontrolled pedestrian crosswalks. It helps to improve traffic safety and to achieve performance benchmarks (KPIs) in reducing transport and social risks.

The equipment is included in the State Industry Information System (GISP)

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The Azimuth 4 cameras are capable of identifying four types of traffic violations. These range from common violations like driving on the shoulder, veering into oncoming traffic, and crossing a solid white line to more complex ones. The detection of these violations, such as not wearing a seatbelt or using a phone while driving, is achieved through the use of neural network-based data processing. A single unit can simultaneously record all types of traffic offenses that might occur on a specific road segment.

To determine vehicle speed, the system can use either radar speed measurement technology or calculate it based on video analysis. The Azimuth 4 units maintain a speed detection accuracy with a margin of error as low as 1 km/h across the full spectrum of measurable velocities.

The system delivers, on average, a 55% increase in the number of recorded violations compared to other systems. This improvement is due to fewer instances of vehicles going undetected, higher precision in speed measurement, the capability to monitor additional types of infractions at linear checkpoints, and heightened operational dependability.

The Azimuth 4 system utilizes a machine vision camera with heightened light sensitivity, enabling the capturing of high-quality evidence even on poorly lit or completely unlit stretches of road. Depending on the operational needs, it can be equipped with either monochrome or color video sensors that have resolutions of 5, 9, or 12 megapixels, tailored to cover the desired width of the monitoring area.
The Azimuth 4 system comes in two designs: a monoblock and a distributed unit. In addition to stationary use, the Azimuth 4 monoblock unit can also function as a mobile complex, saving the customer’s budget on purchasing equipment for operational control of accident-prone road sections.

With low power consumption of just 20 watts per hour, the Azimuth 4 has the advantage of longer operational times on uninterruptible power supplies during electrical outages and is compatible with solar panels for autonomous energy supply.
The equipment is listed in the Unified Register of Russian Radio-Electronic Products. The software for the system is listed in the Unified Register of Russian Programs for Electronic Computers and Databases, and it can be easily and swiftly trained to identify new traffic rule violation patterns, typically within a 2-3 month timeframe.