Kappa’s cameras are perfectly designed for integration into traffic surveillance systems. Data is either transferred via Ethernet to a remote computer or stored onsite. We can flexibly implement system providers’ special requirements. Common examples of traffic applications are red-light surveillance, integration into speed surveillance systems, and tunnel surveillance.
As your camera partner we cooperate closely with you during approval procedures for traffic monitoring systems, e.g. for German PTB approval.
Typical for Kappa: traffic cameras prove their mettle with their robust construction for outdoor use. They are shock- and vibration-resistant, and ready for use in any season with an extreme temperature range. Thus, high operational reliability is always assured.
Dark tunnels, glistening sunlight, blinding headlights at dusk: even under the most extreme lighting conditions, Kappa HDR traffic cameras offer excellent, low-noise image quality with great dynamic range in any brightness.
To achieve this, we rely on adapted sensor technology. We offer a specialized double sensor as well as a special CMOS HDR sensor.
In both traffic images for use as evidence and in traffic surveillance, even under the most difficult lighting conditions with extreme differences in illumination, both the absolute recognizability of the driver as well as the legibility of the license plate must always be ensured.
Kappa has combined different special algorithms into one complex adaptive luminance algorithm: the HDRadapt for all live outdoor monitoring applications. HDRadapt masters even the most complex lighting situations in real time: sunrise, high noon, sunset, parking garage and tunnel settings, and nighttime, as well as highlights and backlighting.
For documentation of traffic violations that will stand up in court, secure authentication of image data is a must.
With Kappa’s signature process, images and violation data are electronically signed together within the camera itself. This process is integrated into the camera, independent of the operating system. Images are transmitted already signed from the camera.