After five years of testing, cell phone-based driver-tracking cameras are catching on…
Cameras that detect drivers with a mobile phone are now being rolled out around the world as part of road safety checks.
these Cameras are used for detection and prevention The illegal use of mobile phones while driving, a problem that greatly increases the risk of accidents. Studies have shown that using a mobile phone while driving corresponds to a decrease in the driver’s attention and senses Five times more than sugar…
The cameras work through high-precision sensors and artificial intelligence. They detect the driver and passenger in the vehicle and They can distinguish if they are using a mobile phone. The system works day and night and under any weather conditions.
If they detect illegal use, they record the violation and send the information to the authorities, which will certify the fine.
Of course there is data privacy concerns; But also for the accuracy of the technique. Undoubtedly, there should be a corresponding legislative regulation.
In Australia, however, the New South Wales government has implemented one New camera system It is based on artificial intelligence designed to detect the use of mobile phones in cars. This program has processed 135 million checks in NSW from 2019 to now 2023!
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