Our History

Redflex has been working to reduce vehicle incidents and save lives throughout North America for more than twenty five years through the ongoing development of a range of safety solutions – including speed cameras, red-light cameras and school bus stop arm cameras, which deter dangerous driving.

Redflex has global reach that extends beyond our headquarters in Australia; we partner with many communities, and operate hundreds of traffic safety systems around the world, including the U.S., Canada and Mexico.

Our people and our partnerships set us apart from the pack. We employ approximately 500 people, and work with 19 channel partners globally.

We are innovative; we will continue to create and deliver solutions to make our cities and our lives more safer, smarter and more green.

1996

Implemented world's first single point ticket processing centre (transferring all digital images to one location).

1996

1998

Produced the world's first digital enforcement system.

Awarded USA's first digital radar speed camera system contract.

1998

2000

Installed the first digital red light enforcement system in the Middle East

2000

2002

First use of OCR to capture bus lane infringements in Australia.

First digital speed and red light camera system in Saudi Arabia.

First use of infra-red flash technology for speed enforcement in Australia.

2002

2007

Installed the 1,000th camera in the USA

2007

2010

Operated the first outsourced mobile camera
enforcement program in Saudi Arabia

2010

2013

Designed HADECS3 smart roads project (UK).

Implemented deployable over dimension
detection system (Washington DC, USA)

2013

2014

Implemented Student Guardian, school zone speed
enforcement solution.

Implemented first multi-camera ANPR car park

2014

2016

Launched HALO, the world’s first true single-pole, multiple enforcement product

2016

2017

Launched work zone speed enforcement and
worker protection solution

2017