Video: Russia Will Create A Unified Traffic Camera Control Center
2023 Author: Natalie MacDonald | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-26 13:59
In Russia, a unified federal center for automatic recording of traffic violations (TsAFAP) is being developed, which will receive information from traffic cameras from all regions of the country. This is reported by "Izvestia" with reference to the National Technological Initiative (NTI) "Avtonet".
- Now in Russia, more than 16 thousand complexes for fixing violations have been installed. Information from them goes to regional data centers. After the launch of CAFAP, all monitoring will be carried out from the federal center. At the same time, after processing the data, the regions will receive information about violations and issue fines on their own.
- The authors of the idea believe that the new scheme of work will make it possible to identify and remove from the roads complexes installed in violation of the rules. In addition, they promise to exclude the possibility of unreasonable access to personal data of drivers.
- The cost of creating a CAFAP is estimated at 100 million rubles, and the launch of the system will take from two to five months.
Recently it became known that in Russia they will begin to fine police officers and private companies for hidden or unreasonably installed traffic cameras. The amendments are being prepared by the Ministry of Transport, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Transport Committee of the State Duma.
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