We specialise in surveying complex junctions and gyratory systems by multiple camera installations

video surveys

CTS responded to the timescale pressure we were under and turned our data round in record time …

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Survey by Video / ANPR

  • High Mast Recordings (up to 80 ft)
  • Multiple camera installations
  • Long Duration Studies
  • ANPR surveys
  • Origin and Destination Studies
  • Low Level Camera Surveys
  • Journey Time Surveys
  • Covert Surveys

It is with regards to camera surveys that CTS innovative nature really comes into its own. We have a vastly experienced camera installation and analysis department that has developed a unique and bespoke analysis system.

We specialise in surveying complex junctions and gyratory systems by multiple camera installations. This has included multiple various grade separated motorway interchanges and a 13 arm gyratory, negating the need for more costly and potentially less reliable origin/destination surveys by registration number.

We have a variety of different camera mounting methods, allowing us to film in the most difficult and inaccessible of spots. Our equipment is discreet and unobtrusive, meaning that normal behavior will not be altered by the presence of cameras. The cameras are not a hazard to pedestrians or other road users in even the busiest spots.

We use the latest high quality day/night camera units that allow surveillance in periods of bad light and throughout the night in the most poorly lit of locations. Our self contained units do not require power to be taken from external sources and are designed to carry out long duration surveys of up to two weeks.

We also have automatic number plate recognition systems (ANPR) which can be deployed on origin/destination studies or journey time surveys.

Journey time surveys can also be carried out by a combination of GPS and in-car camera. Our system records average speeds and longitude/ latitude positioning throughout the vehicle’s journey between pre-defined points. The in-car camera provides a “driver’s eye” view, allowing journeys to be viewed in full, giving perspective of delay points and potential bottlenecks along given routes.
This technique has also been used successfully on bus journeys, giving technicians additional analysis tools with which to work with, as opposed to more traditional methods of collecting journey time/delay data.

Our ANPR systems also allow the analysis of large swathes of journey data throughout given time periods, by recording the registration details of all passing vehicles at pre-defined points.

We can incorporate our camera systems to work with any required type of surveillance brief.