SPECS

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AcronymDefinition
SPECSSpeed Enforcement Camera System (road-rule enforcement)
SPECSSubmillimeter Probe of the Evolution of Cosmic Structure (NASA)
SPECSSpecial Protective Eyewear, Cylindrical System
SPECSStrategic Partnering to Evaluate Cancer Signatures (US NIH)
SPECSSoftware Professional Estimation and Collection System
SPECSSin, Promise, Example, Command, Significant Truth (Bible study method)
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The Speed Enforcement Camera System - nicknamed the "yellow vulture" - monitor average speeds over a set distance, unlike fixed cameras at the side of roads and police vans which take readings for just one moment.
The Speed Enforcement Camera System cameras are fixed to overhead gantries and read number plates over set distances to measure a vehicle's average speed.
The Speed Enforcement Camera System (Specs), which consists of 15 banks of high-tech cameras between Bogend Toll, north of Ayr, to Ardwell, south of Girvan, is the largest in Britain.
They are known as SPECS (Speed Enforcement Camera System) and will be switched on in two weeks.
The Speed Enforcement Camera System (Specs) will measure the average speed of vehicles on two parts of the north-south route.
The Speed Enforcement Camera System (Specs), consists of 15 banks of cameras between Bogend Toll, north of Ayr, and Ardwell, south of Girvan.
The hi-tech Speed Enforcement Camera System (Specs) can't track them because they don't have a front-facing number plate.