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Kuwait police gain integrated speed radar and in-car surveillance for evidence gathering.

TSS (Traffic Safety Systems) : 01 June, 2007  (Application Story)
Traffic Safety Systems to supply Kuwait Police patrol cars with CCTV cameras integrated with Radar Autovision speed measurement technology.
TSS (Traffic Safety Systems) - part of AD Group - announces that its
Radar Autovision mobile CCTV technology has been selected by the Kuwait
Police Department for a roads policing trial in their patrol cars.

Comments Julian Cooke, International Sales Manager at TSS: 'The
evaluation of Radar Autovision by the Kuwait Police began at the end of
March and follows on from interest expressed by Injifa Security
Services, part of the Al Wazan Group of companies, based in Kuwait City
who specialise in the supply of cars and equipment to the police and
military in Kuwait.'

Once fitted in a police car, Radar Autovision is able to integrate
accurate speed measurement with digital CCTV evidence of a target
vehicle that has exceeded the speed limit or committed other traffic
violations. There is also the potential for it to be used in a
stationary or moving vehicle and to monitor offenders travelling towards
or away from the police car.

Hasan Al Arabi, Executive Manager at Injifa, who saw TSS systems on
display at the Intersec exhibition held in Dubai earlier this year,
said: 'We were looking for an advanced digital solution which could
deliver the right level of performance for the Kuwait Police and were
impressed with Radar Autovision when we saw it during Intersec, giving
us the confidence to put the TSS system forward for an intensive trail.
Representatives from TSS have worked with us throughout the ongoing
test, including travelling to Kuwait City for the initial installation,
and a presentation to the Chief of Traffic Police.'

The Kuwait Police test follows on from work that TSS has undertaken with
other forces in the region - most notably Dubai - and with a 60% growth
in enquiries year-on-year from the Middle East, the company is confident
that this will be translated into a major increase in orders over the
coming year.

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