Software and transport systems development specialist, SEA is to launch new ROADflow Fusion traffic enforcement system at Parkex 2019.
The new traffic enforcement system combines ROADflow Flexi, Motion and Vision systems in a single, modular, multi-purpose solution which will provide local authorities with a ‘future-proof and cost-effective’ platform for traffic enforcement.
SEA said that the single product solution, ROADflow will eradicate the need for several separate systems for different applications to create cost and procedural efficiencies.
ROADflow Fusion will also have the capability to act a data node that will gather valuable data on traffic flow and driver behavior.
The system can be deployed as a fixed or mobile enforcement system, with an optional managed service ‘hosted’ back office application. The system can also be applied to attended or unattended enforcement scenarios.
Managing director Steve Hill said, 'ROADflow Fusion is a step forward for multi-purpose traffic enforcement systems, offering a flexible deployment solution that provides tangible cost and efficiency benefits for our customers.'
Traffex19 and Parkex19 take place from 2-4 April at the NEC Birmingham. Both events are free to attend but visitors will need to register in advance.