Bournemouth Borough Council adds bus lane enforcement to hosted platform
- September 18, 2017 3:41 pm
- Categorised in: News
Bournemouth Borough Council has added the enforcement of bus lanes to the hosted platform provided by Videalert which is currently used at three school locations where illegal parking on the yellow ‘keep clears’ was identified as putting children’s lives in danger.
This installation replaces the previous system and demonstrates how Videalert’s hosted solution allows additional civil traffic enforcement requirements, such as bus lanes, to be easily and rapidly added as well as providing a platform for delivering traffic management and community safety applications simultaneously without needing a major IT infrastructure project.
Videalert’s CEaaS (Civil Enforcement as a Service) solution is easy to install as it does not require the procurement and deployment of any equipment within Bournemouth’s IT infrastructure or software to be installed on local PCs for evidence pack review. The system combines automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) with video analytics to deliver higher quality, more accurate evidential images enabling the greatest productivity at the lowest operational cost.
Qualified council operatives can access and review evidence packs using standard web browsers before transmitting confirmed offences to the back office processing system where PCNs are issued. Videalert is providing Bournemouth Borough Council with a dedicated virtual server to guarantee the highest level of security and integrity with cloud storage used for backup.
For more information about enforcing bus lanes, click here