The first pedestrian radar was installed this summer in La Grande-Motte, Paris, near the Tourist Office. Equipped with five cameras (two covering the pedestrians, two covering the vehicles, and one for an overall view of the scene), the system designed to protect pedestrians is primarily a learning tool, thanks to a well lit sign informing the motorist of their potential risky behaviour. Designed by the Lyon-based company AFS2R, the pedestrian radar was first tested in the Rhône at ...
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