European Police Speed camera's

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European Police Speed camera's cybarber 7/9/05 6:21 PM
Update. December 23rd Attached file SpeedcamsEurope.kmz. has now the Blitzer POI's of the Navi Friends forum per country and categorized by traffic sign (50km, 70km,100km etc).

Countries included are: UK(including BAZ94's poi), Poland, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, Luxemburg, France, Switzerland, Austria, Italy, Spain and Portugal.

The Dutch site www.flitspaal.nl database for the BeNeLux is more detailed then that of the German site Navi Friends

I come across Baz94's folder with speedcams and added it to above big folder.


Cybarber
Dutch Belgium Speed camera HTA application cybarber 8/23/05 4:20 PM
For Internet Explorer browsers only

HTML application FlitspaalGPX2KML.hta to make an online XSLT transformation on the client of the Speedcam - Flitspaal source file.
Please note that this attachement is a placemark and does not contain the application nor the flitspaal source file nor a kml or kmz file with its contents.

The place mark contains a link to the HTA application which when opened will make the XSLT transformation on the client and save (HTA uses a reduced security level) the transformation to C:\SpeedcamsBenelux.kml. This KML file will be automatically launched when the transformation is finished. (Note: transformation can take some time depending on processor type and bandwidth).

William A Slabbekoorn aka Cybarber
Re: Dutch Belgium Speed camera HTA application Da_JoJo 9/14/05 9:34 AM
lmao this is real cool
now i can find my home easy , by searching on cam number
theres this Tom Tom navigator plugin as well that allows one to
put them in the navigatorsystem and let it give a warning once u
approach a speedcam to lower speed (it measures the speed off vehicle by the built-in gps-module)
Re: Dutch Police Speed Camera nutscode 10/27/05 4:00 PM
Thanks you saved me €50. I think Google Earth would be a great medium to analyse traffic dangerous situations as well. At the A-50 near Eindhoven happen a lot of car-accidents.

Arno
Re: Dutch Police Speed Camera BoGu5 11/7/05 3:19 AM
Hmmmz how do I turn of al those I thingies? It's very annoying to have all those things on my map of holland.


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Re: Dutch Police Speed Camera Anonymous 11/9/05 2:22 AM
This is bloody annoying. My whole map of the netherlands is ruined by those "flitspaal" criminals. I am sending this information straight to the dutch police.

PLUS I am complaining at Google Earth that some idiot is abusing their map with some criminal setup. Make sure he and his markers get BANNED from this project.
Re: Dutch Police Speed Camera cybarber 11/9/05 4:19 AM
The Police Speed camera locations have been added by Google Earth to the Layers/Google Earth Community/Transportation sublayer.

Like with any Layer: de-select the sublayer to hide the waypoints!

Cybarber
Re: Transportation DicemanUK 11/9/05 5:21 AM
Transportation: I think the meaning in the context of this layer is " A Means of conveyance" so surely the post should really go in Travel Information.

However I agree with the BoGu5 and Dragonweb - it's about time multiple placemarks fo this size were actively discouraged.
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Re: Dutch Police Speed Camera Doubt 11/22/05 11:46 AM
i had a feckin ticket on this road
Re: Dutch Police Speed Camera juliejayne 2/4/06 3:10 PM
Thanks, the speed camera listings were annoying me too, but you gave clear information of how to switch them off. Great.
Re: Dutch Police Speed Camera janberlin 2/15/06 2:22 PM
Quote:

Thanks you saved me &#8364;50. I think Google Earth would be a great medium to analyse traffic dangerous situations as well. At the A-50 near Eindhoven happen a lot of car-accidents.

Arno




That was a criminal who evaded his justified fine by misusing GE?
Re: European Police Speed camera's randallo 2/28/06 1:09 PM
Hi,
To locate every place with Speed camera's and other POI's you can use the post linked. There is the name of the street with the name of the place and, very important, the kilometer of the streets.


Post of TMC Italy

Randallo
Re: European Police Speed camera's Reecey 3/7/06 10:25 AM
There is speed camera here, just in the bushes.
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Re: European Police Speed camera's Mugros 3/15/06 12:27 PM
The attached one is wrong.
Re: European Police Speed camera's Neoqwd 3/19/06 3:12 AM
A new one near Caen in France
Re: European Police Speed camera's Frank4 3/21/06 2:42 PM
I've written a story about your European Speedcam collection at Google Earth Blog.

You can read the story here.

Here's a miniature of the screenshot used for the story:

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Re: European Police Speed camera's DocF 3/25/06 12:36 AM
and, if you want to keep this up: please rename "Rotlicht" in germany to something else. perhaps "Radartrap", or, in german "Radarfalle". "Rotlicht" indicates a red-light-district. i'm sure, that was not your intention
Re: European Police Speed camera's Christophe 4/1/06 11:50 PM
I must say, and I am sorry to, that most of the radars I know are there but the postion is not accurate at all! So, useless, and just add noise to valid POI.
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Re: European Police Speed camera's DieterS 4/7/06 9:31 AM
"Rotlicht" here does not mean a radar speed trap, but a trap to catch drivers which cross a red light.
Re: "Abstand" marks are wrong! DieterS 4/7/06 9:39 AM
Almost every trap names "Abstand" (which means distance to the car in front of you) in Germany is wrong. I never saw a stationary distance trap on any german motorway at all.

What is really marked are devices which are used for the german toll system for trucks. You can see such a device in the following picture:

http://zelos.zeit.de/bilder/online_aktuell/2005/15/maut_320x280.jpg

Sorry, i rechecked some of the Marks, probably they mark bridges from where the police COULD install a mobile distance trap.
Sorry for my mistake
Re: European Police Speed camera's NickNock 4/15/06 3:04 PM
This is NOT a speed camera! But a redlight camera. If you pass with the red light on... you win a souvenir photo from Police :-)
Re: European Police Speed camera's eifi 5/14/06 9:24 AM
Great news for all Google Earth users. SCDB.info has launched a new plug-in with all European safety cameras in a quality, that you have never seen before. 15.000 speed cameras in all major countries like United Kingdom, Germany, France or The Netherlands in one map with the ability to show all detailed informations. Please try and take a look at these really cool overlay. The download is absolutely free of charge and the best of all, if you find a new speedcam, which is not in the database, you get access to SCDB.info for lifetime!

SCDB.info Google Earth overlay
Re: European Police Speed camera'sRE- finchunsociety 5/14/06 9:40 AM
Perhaps most Speed Cameras in Finlan/Scandinavia?
Re: European Police Speed camera's jhohn 5/17/06 7:03 AM
it is not for free:

from SCDB.info Website:

Downloading the plug-in is a chargeable item. You can only download the plug-in after registration and payment of the annual fee. » to registration

For an annual fee of only 9,95 EUR, you can use all chargeable downloads.
Re: European Police Speed camera's eifi 5/19/06 6:48 AM
It is free, you should read correct:

"Attention: We offer this safety camera database free of charge to all Google Earth users (please ignore the line "Downloading the plug-in is a chargeable item."). The only thing to do is register at SCDB.info one-time. Now you could download the current up-to-data speed camera database for whole Europe."

Try it, and you will see that you must not pay for it.
Re: European Police Speed camera's meazle 5/20/06 5:53 AM
Two notes:
1: In the area i live in Netherland, almost all the camera's are incorrect. I don't feel the need to send corrected locations since i think it's a good thing speeders get caught before they run over a flock of small kids crossig the streets. Like last week.

2: The whole transportation layer is rendered useless. It's easier to find a needle in a haystack, than to find something else as 'rotlicht' or 'speeding' in this layer.

regards, meazle
Re: Dutch Belgium Speed camera HTA application petekp 3/23/10 11:31 AM
uk cameras only