Stalker Radar Patents Vehicular Traffic Surveillance Doppler Radar System

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Applied Concepts / Stalker Radar announced that it has been granted a patent for its Vehicular Traffic Surveillance Doppler Radar System.

Applied Concepts / Stalker Radar announced that it has been granted a patent for its Vehicular Traffic Surveillance Doppler Radar System. This system substantially eliminates look-past error by determining the range and speed of vehicles in multiple-vehicle environments.

In particular, the range of the target vehicle may be utilized in a comparative fashion in a multi-vehicle environment to determine which vehicle is closer or the closest. Also, the range of the target may be utilized in conjunction with the speed and heading of the target to determine the risk of collision between the target and patrol vehicle.

The Stalker Vehicular Traffic Surveillance Doppler Radar System, combined with its existing patent for Radar Rear Traffic Alert, continues and builds on the Stalker Radar commitment to continually improving traffic enforcement officer safety, a Stalker Radar spokesman said.

Applied Concepts, Inc., dba Stalker Radar, was formed in 1977 and introduced the first law enforcement Stalker Radar in 1990 and the first sport radar in 1995. Stalker Radars have become the dominant Doppler radar systems in both fields and continue to lead the radar industry in technology breakthroughs and product innovations. Stalker team members have been involved in almost every significant radar-based product development since 1970.

Stalker Radar's Vehicular Traffic Surveillance Doppler Radar System was issued United States' Patent Number 7,864,102 B2 on January 11, 2011.

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