RSF 85, Replacement of Roadside Screening Equipment - HIGH PRIORITY ITD FY 2018

Grants and Contracts Details


The objective of this project will be to replace some of the roadside screening systems and their associated hardware and software to ensure continued system reliability and functionality. This will be accomplished by setting up maintenance contracts with the pertinent vendors that have equipment installed at the sites as well as utilizing the Kentucky Transportation Center to assist with all phases of the process. This project will be utilized to replace up to: four Kentucky Automated Screening Systems (KATS) and computers that run the KATS software, two wireless links used to pass the information from the cameras and the KATS computer, one manual thermal camera along with its joystick and associated hardware, and two parking monitoring systems. The KATS systems consist of an overview camera, a license plate reader camera, a DOT reader camera, and a control cabinet and loops to trigger the cameras. The parking monitoring systems consist of a PTZ camera, a camera used to monitor the park sign, a camera used to monitor the safety of the inspectors/officers performing inspections, a network video recorder to record the information, as well as a switch to power the cameras.
Effective start/end date11/1/1812/31/21


  • KY Transportation Cabinet: $280,000.00


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