Workshop Camera Enforcement

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Need concrete steps to start with camera enforcement? If you have heard enough nice stories and you want to get started, come to Brickyard's Camera Enforcement workshop on June 29th.

Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) cameras; the application possibilities for enforcement purposes are diverse. Everyone is familiar with average speed control and scan cars (parking fees). A fairly new branch for camera enforcement is reducing traffic in city centres.

There are various views on this form of camera enforcement. We would like to offer you your first-hand experience stories, combined with facts and analyses. In the workshop we will then develop a concrete roadmap to introduce camera enforcement in your city. You can get started tomorrow, so to say!

Rogier Kuijpers (Empaction) has helped various cities in decision making on camera enforcement, such as Delft, Alkmaar and Zwolle. On 29 June he presents the results of the evaluation of reducing traffic in downtown Delft.

Michael Bresser has been developing camera enforcement at TMC / Brickyard for years and has been closely involved in successful applications such as the bicycle tunnel under the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, a bus lane in Leeuwarden, the city closure of Amersfoort and the impeding cut-through traffic in Kortenberg (Belgium).

Program
- Introduction participants
- Presentation on different analyses
- Interactive session aimed at a concrete roadmap

Sign up by sending an email to marketing@brickyard.eu. Be quick, because full is full.

Thursday 29 June
12:30 - 16:30
Brickyard office
H.J.E. Wenckebachweg 80
Amsterdam Duivendrecht

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