With an effectiveness far superior to that of other radars, if we consider the ratio of monitored vehicles and vehicles reported, the fines for speeding Pegasus helicopter radar no longer up exponentially. In this 2016 until last September, accumulating, According to the Ministry of Interior which has had exclusive access MOTORWAY, more than 13,600 complaints, this means almost triple those recorded in the entire previous year, which they were more than 3,300.
He first radar helicopter named Pegasus came in March 2013, and from the beginning stood out for their effectiveness, ie the proportion of monitored vehicle and fined, far superior to that of other radars, as well as that of a fixed is about 3 percent and a mobile around 4, the helicopter exceeds the 20 percent. While it is true to have a top-down perspective to vehicles that are clearly faster watches over everything.
In its first year in 2013, with only one unit, they exceeded 1,100 units. The following year they came into operation over the twelve months five, multiplying three fines. Last year, when two radars were incorporated exceeded the 9,200. In this 2016, in the absence of a quarter to finish the year they have exceeded 13,600 fines for speeding.
Another factor to consider is that the excesses captured by these helicopters are generally higher than those of other radars. On motorways, on average, 128 kilometers per hour.
Currently, DGT has eight helicopters with radar Pegasus, one for each traffic management center, La Coruna, Malaga, Madrid, Seville, Valencia, Valladolid, Zaragoza, (the remaining oscillates depending on the needs). Your goal as affirmed from traffic is to have one for each helicopter. The DGT has a total of 12.
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