Road-racers looking to avoid radar traps, beware — your days are numbered. Researchers at the University of Florida have developed software that allows ordinary video cameras to determine a vehicle's speed by recording its progress past fixed objects. The system — developed using a $5 million grant from the U.S. Air Force — is similar to those already in use in the U.K. and Australia. Because such systems don't use lasers or other active technology, they can't be foiled by radar detectors.
New system catches speeders without radar or lasers
Marc Perton|April 21, 2005 1:40 PM
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