Capture court admissible evidence in your single or twin crewed vehicles.
ProVida 4000 combines high quality digital surveillance with the Home Office Type Approved (HOTA) Police Pilot speed measurement tool meaning it complies with the latest Home Office Manual Distance/Time Speedmeter Handbook, Publication No 55/04.
ProVida 4000, a standalone Visual Average Speed Computer and Recorder (VASCAR) system, overlays detailed information regarding incidents and crimes onto captured footage, which is available for you to download and, if required, present as evidence in a UK court of law.
The ProVida 4000 has been designed to be a stand alone Visual Average Speed Computer
Calculates the average speed of a moving vehicle between 2 defined points, without the need to be in the line of travel of the target vehicle.
The video can be displayed on an existing in-car monitor, combined with an in-car ANPR display or on a standalone monitor
Front Facing Camera
The front facing Kestrel camera has an optical zoom lens and a built in switchable microphone to allow in-car audio
Video can be stored on the optional ProVida HDR or other recording devices, Suitable for use in both single and twin crewed vehicles
ProVida 4000 can be used in a moving or stationary vehicle with the target vehicle travelling in the same direction, in front of or behind the surveillance vehicle.
It can assist you with:
- Traffic management and monitoring
- Fixed penalty offences
- Mobile surveillance
- High speed pursuits
- Covert operations.
Support and Accreditations
Trusted by police forces around the world, We offer full product support, training and maintenance packages for ProVida 4000.
The solution complies with all required legislation and standards, including BS EN 1SO 9001:2008 (FM21102), BS EN ISO 14001:2004 (EMS 534323)
and PAS 99:2012 (IMR 534323).
It also complies with:
- Home Office Manual Distance/Time Speedmeter Handbook, Publication No 55/04
- The Road Vehicles (Construction and Use) Regulations 1986, Regulation 109 compliant
- AES Specification 5, Issue 10, Tetra and Tracker.