Stoplight cameras

Stoplight cameras

PostBy: 26Weeks On: Thu Dec 17, 2009 9:06 am

Rochester NY is about to install several stoplight cameras for our protection not for the money. How did we make it this long without them? Brian
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Re: Stoplight cameras

PostBy: kozel On: Thu Dec 17, 2009 10:30 am

With a GPS and a red-light POI file (and a speed-light POI file if that applies too) you can get warning when you approach such intersections. The speed-light POI files will only warn you if you are exceeding the speed limit. These POI file are usually available at a nominal fee. See
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Re: Stoplight cameras

PostBy: GeorgiePorgie On: Thu Dec 17, 2009 10:39 am

With all you guys figuring out the heat, the dampers, the btu's and all those mechanical things.
Heck, buy yourself a small laser and a miniature tripod, add a small solar panel, camouflage the laser and the tripod, install them withing aiming distance with that camera, but not within the field of view of the intersection.

Ok, you figure out the rest.

When the FBI coming knoking on my door, I knew one of you at least successfully installed one.

Oops, but what about Visible Technology Sofware ?
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Re: Stoplight cameras

PostBy: djackman On: Thu Dec 17, 2009 11:22 am

Also thank the insurance lobby who apparently prefer increased rear end collisions vs the occasional side impact collision at those intersections.

The insurance industry using your tax dollars to increase their bottom line, beautiful isn't it?
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