Delhi to get High-tech camera for checking vehicle overspeeding 

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Many People jump red light and overspeed when traffic cops are not around. Now, these kinds of people will have a reason to worry. Delhi Traffic Police will soon get the new hi-tech cameras to track these kinds of people.

The DTP has sent a proposal to Ministry of Home Affairs for buying 96 number plate readers and 170 prosecution cameras. This will strengthen the process of detecting traffic violators. Even if there is no traffic cop present, the violator will not go unnoticed because these cameras will record the offense and detect the vehicle number.

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All these cameras and number plate readers will be connected to the control room. So the challan will be generated and sent to the offender automatically.

Initially, these cameras will be installed at selected locations vulnerable to overspeeding and frequent signal violations.

The DTP also requested to get more 800 body-worn cameras for its field personnel. These cameras record all the activities happening around the field personnel. In case of some road user misbehaves with personnel, it will record a proof to find the real culprit. These cameras cannot be switched on and off by the officer. The recording is also stored automatically to traffic control server. So, field personnel cannot tamper with recording.

With these new hi-tech cameras, Delhi Traffic Police will surely become advanced to catch regular offenders who usually manage to escape from detection.

With these new hi-tech cameras, Delhi Traffic Police will surely become advanced to catch regular offenders who usually manage to escape from detection.

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Deepanker Verma
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Deepanker Verma is a well-known technology blogger and gadget reviewer based in India.

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