Sprint in charge of upgrading nearly 150 speed cameras nationwide

On November 9, 2022, we signed a contract with the General Inspectorate of Road Transport (GITD) to modernize, deploy, and integrate 147 pieces of stationary point speed recording equipment, i.e., speed cameras, into the operating system already in place.

To carry out the deployment, we cooperated with IDEMIA, a company producing one of the most modern solutions of its kind (MESTAfusion RN).

The upgrade will primarily involve replacing the existing speed cameras, which in extreme cases are already more than 10 years old and therefore less effective. New ones will provide improved levels of offense detection and effectiveness in recognizing the image of the vehicle driver in difficult lighting conditions, i.e., bad weather or after dark. – said Sprint's vice president, Waldemar Matukiewicz.

Each voivodeship in Poland will receive at least a few modern speed cameras. Most of the devices will remain in the same places, but there will be exceptions. For example - Lućmierz will "hand over" its speed camera to Zgierz, Konstantynów Łódzki to Piotrków Trybunalski or Prandocin to Kielce.

The largest number of new devices will operate in wielkopolskie (21 units), mazowieckie (18 units), małopolskie and lubelskie provinces (13 units each). The smallest number of modernized speed cameras will stand, among others, in the provinces of świętokrzyskie, podkarpackie and łódzkie (6 units each), opolskie (5 units) as well as śląskie and dolnośląskie (4 units).

Completion of the task was divided into two parts. The value of the first part of the project is PLN 18 101 762.40 gross, and the second is PLN 17 866 131.30 gross. The work is expected to be completed in January 2024

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