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Hand held laser device traps speeding motorists.

Laser Atlanta : 03 February, 2008  (New Product)
Laser Atlanta develops compact speed detection unit with a 0.3 second speed measurement time for use by traffic enforcement patrols.
Law enforcement officers battling dangerous speeders have a new high-tech weapon in their arsenal, and it fits in the palm of a hand. The new SpeedLaser B, for its compact binocular shape, is the smallest, lightest SpeedLaser on the market.

"This is the latest in a long line of innovations from Laser Atlanta and SpeedLaser to assist law enforcement officers in their daily efforts to make our highways safer places to travel," said James Kelly, President and CEO of Laser Atlanta. "The new SpeedLaser B puts all of our frontline features like stealth, jammer detection and inclement weather modes into a rugged package that fits in the palm of your hand."

Designed for use in a comfortable, horizontal position, the IACP-listed SpeedLaser B is as easy to use as a pair of binoculars. The vehicle's speed in miles or kilometers and other user selected information appear in the intelligent LED head-up display that automatically rotates to either vertical or horizontal position. SpeedLaser is independently tested to obtain measurements in any type of weather and on vehicles at a farther distance than any other system. Jammers and detectors also failed to prevent a reading because of SpeedLaser's proprietary Stealth Mode technology.

SpeedLaser is LIDAR or laser-based as opposed to RADAR, which provides several advantages including the ability to target a single vehicle on busy roadways and fast measurement speeds. With a target size of only 3in at 100 feet and the ability to take a reading of a targeted vehicle in just 0.3 seconds, speeding motorists have very little chance of detecting the SpeedLaser or slowing down before a speed reading is taken.
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