New TruCam radars started working in Ukraine on February 11. Oleksiy Biloshytsky, the first deputy of the Patrol Police Department posted that on Facebook in advance, warning the drivers that the devices would start working this Monday.
Previously, there were 30 devices working across Ukraine. Now that there are 20 more, the overall amount makes 50.
Biloshytsky added that the standards of road safety remain unchanged. Previously, the police released the map with the sections where the TruCam radars are used. The sections have warning and patrol cars set there.
These radars were not used in Ukraine for four years; in October 2018, they were brought back to service.
The police spot violations of road traffic with such devices developed by NASA. TruCam allows measuring the speed using the laser beam on the distance up to 1,200 meters. The speed makes up to 3 frames per second; it has GPS-tracker set, so the device can track the coordinates.