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OPP speed enforcement on Hwy 401 over Easter weekend

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On 2017's Good Friday, at least 68 motorists were nabbed going 30 km/h over the speed limit on Ontario's 400 series highways including 401 and 402 during a long weekend speed enforcement blitz by the OPP. Source: Global News  Among the 68 speed violations, two drivers were caught going 50 km/h over. In Ontario, motorists caught going 50 km/h over the posted speed limit are charged with street racing or stunting violation. Penalties for such infraction includes Roadside licence suspension and impoundment of vehicle Upon conviction, a $2,000 to $10,000 fine, six demerit points, up to six months in jail...

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KMPH.ca is now HTTPS secure with SSL certificates

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We are pleased to announce that our KMPH.ca web storefront and contents are now secure using SSL with 256-bit encryption. Visitors and customers should feel safe browsing our site and entering sensitive data at store check-out when making an online purchase.  

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AL Priority Firmware Update 5.2.6

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AL Priority Control Box Firmware 5.2.6 Release Note  (Release Date: 2016-08-02) Improved support for several LIDARS (including DragonEye / DETC, etc) Added support for the latest ALPConnect app (Android only) - if you have radar add-on such as Net-Radar, STiR or Radenso HD+, and use a Bluetooth Module, you can now lock out false alerts running the latest Android version of ALPConnect. iOS version is currently in beta. We expect release some time in September. Bug fixes (radars, profiles, statistics). Radar performance improved Visit Firmware Solutions website at www.alpupdate.com. 

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Disguised Photo Radar Box introduced in Edmonton

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Edmonton is re-introducing disguised photo radar boxes as a tool to catch speeders. KMPH team is currently working with our contacts in Edmonton to determine what exact system is used inside the container box.Update: we have just received confirmation MRCD are used in these photo radar box!In early 2016, City of Edmonton replaced all of its Ka-band photo radar equipments with MultaRadar (MRCD).  According to news article on Global News, “This is regular photo enforcement equipment housed inside a metal case that can be set beside the road,” Executive director of the office of traffic safety Gerry Shimko said on Thursday.Does City...

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Newfoundland Police Now Uses DragonEye LIDAR

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A CBC news article showed that a Royal Newfoundland Constabulary officer was operating a DragonEye Compact (DETC) laser gun during the Victoria long weekend speed enforcement in St. John's, NFLD.

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