Medar MTS Mobile Speed Detection System, developed by MESAN Elektronik Sanayi Ticaret AŞ (MESAN AŞ), as Turkey’s first LIDAR (laser) based speed violation detection system, received TSE K 612 criterion compliance and National Type Approval certificates after Domestic Goods Certificate. .
In order for speed violation detection systems to be officially used in traffic speed detection applications, it is obligatory to obtain a National Type Approval Certificate, which has detailed rules and rules. Medar MTS, which has been able to use this document legally by obtaining this document, has also registered its compliance with the TSE 612 K criterion, which is one of the conditions for obtaining this document.
After the development of Medar MTS was completed, it took its final shape in line with the needs of traffic units. Medar MTS, which received important orders from traffic units, is preparing for deliveries to be made in August and October.
WITH ONE SYSTEM, IT CAN FOLLOW TENS OF VEHICLES UP TO 4 LANES SIMULTANEOUSLY
Mustafa Ünlü, General Manager of MESAN AŞ, said, “Medar MTS has taken its place as the first and only LIDAR-based speed violation detection system in our country, it has successfully completed all its processes by obtaining TSE criteria compliance, Domestic Goods and National Type Approval certificates. Besides the active needs in our country, our product has not yet been domesticated. Although it has not been introduced to the foreign market, we continue to receive important reactions from different countries in a short time, we continue active project negotiations in 2 different countries. We are sure that there will be a significant number of demands, especially with international traffic fairs.” used the phrases.
With the Medar MTS Mobile Speed Detection System, vehicle speed, class, lane, location, license plate and vehicle image, as well as many important data can be detected for each vehicle.
Allowing to set speed limits based on lane and vehicle class, Medar MTS can simultaneously monitor tens of vehicles up to 4 lanes with a single system and identify violations separately.