Video: Traffic Cameras In Russia Will Identify Drivers With & Nbsp; Phones In & Nbsp; Hands
The traffic police of Russia plans to introduce road cameras that can record the use of a smartphone while driving. According to Kommersant, such devices have already been tested in Moscow.
- The complex for fixing violations was developed by the Stroy Invest Project corporation: it also invented the Strelka camera, which registers speeding. The new device uses artificial intelligence, which determines from the pictures whether the driver is holding the phone. Then the fine will be sent to the owner of the car by mail, and if he was not driving the car at the time of the violation, then upon appeal, the decision will be rewritten to the actual culprit.
- In February 2020, the new cameras were tested on several streets of Moscow. They worked in test mode without sending out fines. It is planned that the new complex will be used permanently after the end of its certification. When this will happen is not specified.
Now in Russia, for using the phone without a headset while driving, a fine of 1,500 rubles is provided. In 2019, more than 84.8 thousand drivers received receipts for this.
The first road cameras to recognize a driver with a phone in hand appeared in Australia in 2018. During the tests alone, several complexes recorded 11 thousand violations in one month. In Australia, depending on the state, talking on the phone without a headset is subject to a fine of A $ 320 to AU $ 540 (RUB 15,000 to RUB 25,000).
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