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Safety camera bidders wait for Irish decision

Six companies have bid for the right to operate up to 100 speed cameras across Ireland and the Road Safety Authority will announce which has won the contract by the end of this year.

The firms include: Alpha Vision Design, an Irish imaging technologists; Civic Compliance Ireland, a consortium of Newcourt Group, Ireland and Tenix Solutions, which administers traffic management in Australia and New Zealand; Egis Projects – transport infrastructure managers operating in Europe and Australasia; Fujitsu Siemens – global IT operators;
Parkrite – currently clamps illegally parked vehicles on behalf of Dublin City Council; and Serco, an international service company.

The mix of mobile and fixed cameras will be used by police to monitor vehicle speeds overtly and covertly at up to 900 locations where there has been a history of accidents. It is expected that 6,000 hours of film will be recorded each month.

November 26, 2007

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