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Australia High-tech cameras to catch drivers on their phones could be mobile

14:55  01 october  2019
14:55  01 october  2019 Source:   9news.com.au

NSW to have world first camera's detecting drivers using phones

  NSW to have world first camera's detecting drivers using phones NSW will be the first in the world to have mobile phone detection cameras installed on roads, with the project set to be rolled out by the end of the year. Minister of Roads Andrew Constance and Minister for Regional Roads Paul Toole said the cameras will crack down on drivers illegally using their mobile phones while driving.The roll-out follows a six-month pilot operated by tech company Acusensus, which busted more than 100,000 drivers using their phones illegally. require(["inlineoutstreamAd", "c.

THE world's first camera to catch drivers using their mobile phones has arrived - and it could come to the UK. Being rolled out in New South Wales, Australia, the high - tech system has already captured shocking images of motorists breaking the law, including one driver texting while their passenger

Cameras to catch drivers using their phones . Published 18th December, 2018 in Transport. No fines will be issued during the trial period. The world-first technology uses high -definition cameras and artificial intelligence to detect offending drivers using their mobile phone behind the wheel.

High-tech cameras that will catch Queensland drivers using their mobile phones behind the wheel may be transportable, rather than fixed.

The government insists the technology, which captures clear and accurate photos in all weather conditions, will be introduced in Queensland soon - although it has not committed to a time frame for the roll-out.

An "astounding" number of law-breakers, more than 100,000 in just three months, have been caught by the cameras in NSW, according to Bernard Carlon from the NSW Road Safety Centre.

Mobile phone detection cameras to be rolled out across NSW roads by December

  Mobile phone detection cameras to be rolled out across NSW roads by December NSW Roads Minister Andrew Constance says new fixed and portable mobile phone detection cameras, the last of which will be rolled out by December, are about "saving lives".It is spending $88 million on fixed and portable cameras, which will be placed at 45 spots across the state.

Cameras catch hundreds of drivers on their phones eating, reading and even doing drugs at High - tech cameras to capture clear images of drivers using their mobile phones New cameras will automatically fine drivers caught using their phones

NEW hi - tech cameras that detect drivers using their mobile phones without them even knowing and automatically issues fines could soon change Last year, NSW Police handed out about 42,000 fines to drivers caught on their mobile phones , with the distraction increasingly emerging as a factor in

This man was captured speaking on the phone. © Supplied This man was captured speaking on the phone. This driver was captured texting with a passenger beside him. © Supplied This driver was captured texting with a passenger beside him.

"The clarity of the picture, the transportable nature, this can go anywhere on any road at any time and the fact that it's so thoroughly done, it will stand up in any court," Queensland roads minister Mark Bailey said in Sydney today where he was briefed by experts.

"I want to see this technology in Queensland as soon as possible."

Mr Bailey said he wants the cameras to be mobile and come with hefty penalties for those caught, including a $1000 fine for the first offence, and loss of license for those caught a second time.

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