Videalert has launched a new electric mobile enforcement bike (MEV-B) designed to help councils enforce traffic, parking and clean air zone violations.
Videalert’s new MEV-B is based on the Niu Cargo bike, from Niu Technologies.
It uses two 29Ah Lithium batteries to give a range of up to 70 miles in urban applications.
The batteries are removable allowing fully charged replacements to be fitted to extend the number of shifts it can cover on a daily basis.
The on-board systems are automatic requiring no manual operation and are powered by a separate battery with sufficient capacity to handle two shifts per day.
The MEB-V is equipped with two dual camera units, one forward and one rear facing, each comprising both anAutomatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) and a colour camera which captures contextual video evidence.