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London Borough of Havering – ANPR Enforcement Cameras

Havering - ANPR Enforcement Cameras

The London Borough of Havering (East London, forming part of Outer London) procured TES Small Blue Cameras and associated equipment to monitor:- school streets, prohibited areas for vehicles, bus gates, banned turns, yellow box junctions The cameras were sourced through a joint procurement exercise with TES’ channel partner, Openview Security Solutions Limited.  The cameras are being rolled out to a variety of locations around the borough. Each TES Small Blue camera uses ANPR technology and 4G connectivity to detect and transfer encrypted evidential packages to back-office systems.  Havering Council officers are responsible for reviewing these packages using the notice processing…

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London Borough of Newham – ANPR Enforcement Cameras

Newham - ANPR Enforcement Cameras

Newham Council have deployed 71 Small Blue cameras and associated equipment at several locations on their highway network to monitor:- bus lanes, school streets, prohibited areas for vehicles, bus gates, banned turns, yellow box junctions The London Borough of Newham is located on the boundary of inner and outer East London. In addition to achieving compliance on the road network, they wanted to use innovative technology to meet their air quality objectives.  The cameras were sourced through a joint procurement exercise with TES’ channel partner, Openview Security Solutions Limited.  TES Small Blue cameras have been rolled out to a variety…

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Moving Traffic Enforcement

Moving Traffic Enforcement

With the  Department for Transport amending the regulations to allow the enforcement of Moving Traffic Contraventions in England under Part 6 of the TMA 2004, TES have provided an overview of the type of Moving Traffic Enforcement solutions.  TES currently provide for clients in London, under the LLA and TfL Act 2003 and in Wales under the 2013 Approved Devices legislation. TES Mobile Enforcement Vehicle and Small Blue Camera systems have attained approved device certification under the Civil Traffic Enforcement Certification of Approved Devices Guidance, Version 1, Issued 28 February 2008 by the Department for Transport for Bus Lanes and…

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Southwark ANPR Spotter™ Solution

Southwark ANPR Spotter™ Solution

London Borough of Southwark, through its contract with TES channel partner APCOA, have deployed a fleet of 14 Mobile Enforcement Vehicles that are TES Spotter™ enabled.  The fleet is comprised of: three GEN4 systems allowing Attended CCTV and ANPR based Spotter™ enforcement six GEN6 ANPR Spotter™ systems five Twizy ANPR Spotter systems These are exclusively used in Spotter™ mode for the enforcement of cashless and virtual permit-controlled parking zones. All systems are based on Renault electric vehicles, the compact Twizy is ideally suited to operate in some of Southwark’s narrow one-way streets. Southwark has 23 Controlled Parking Zones (CPZ) across…

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Slough Council Bus Lane Enforcement

Slough Bus Lane

Slough Council have deployed 20 Small Blue Cameras to monitor Bus Lanes and Bus Gates on their busy road network in Berkshire. The system was originally supplied through TES channel partner SABA UK in 2019, who operate the cameras and carry our review of evidence on behalf of the Council using TES Review Client software. Slough town centre as well as surrounding industrial & business parks are impacted by traffic travelling along the busy ‘M4 corridor’ between London and South Wales, adjacent to the town.  Bus Lanes were installed to keep the traffic flowing. Each camera utilises Automatic Number Plate…

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Compliance Display Map

Compliance Display Map

One of the key objectives of the 2012 bid was to make the London Olympics the first games to be primarily accessible via public transport.  T to promote this, ticket holders for the London Games were issued with a free Travelcard to encourage them to use the capitals extensive tube, rail and bus network rather than drive to the venues.  Accordingly vehicle access and parking in and around the roads at Olympic events was strictly controlled. This meant that the LOCOG (The London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games) Transport team faced the daunting challenge of not only…

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