Traffic Solutions for Traffic Enforcement
Effective traffic enforcement for consistent traffic safety
As a provider of mobile and fixed speed enforcement and red light monitoring, the JENOPTIK Traffic Solutions Division develops, produces and sells traffic solutions for effective traffic enforcement. Our products help to consistently reduce traffic accidents.
State-of-the-art solutions for fixed and mobile traffic enforcement
We offer solutions for speed measurement in combination with red light enforcement, using induction loop technology as well as non-invasive radar technology.
Our Point-to-point Technology captures in detail the average speed over long stretches of roads
Our automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) system simplifies the processing of violations and increases the number of penalties successfully imposed.
We offer you comprehensive services completely covering all traffic enforcement procedures with our Traffic Service Provision.
Successful projects for increased traffic safety
For traffic enforcement we offer maintenance of sites, repair of systems, calibration assistance and telephone and e-mail support as well as training.
The leading professional traffic industry magazines have published interesting articles about Jenoptik Robot's projects and products.
Facts and figures regarding international traffic safety measures
Traffic safety technology: From the development of a traffic solution to full operation
Comprehensive operational and service concepts (Traffic Service Provision) complement our services in the production of traffic safety systems. The Traffic Solutions Division covers the entire process chain in traffic safety technology.
An overview of our traffic enforcement services:
JENOPTIK is the global market leader in photographic traffic enforcement
The Traffic Solutions Division is part of the JENOPTIK AG and was founded in 1933. Its main office is in Monheim am Rhein (near Dusseldorf).
We are the global market leader in photographic traffic enforcement. Our traffic safety systems are used in more than 80 countries around the world.