Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami on Friday launched the Tollscope phase-II project, the brainchild of Sivaganga Superintendent of Police Rohit Nathan Rajagopal, to encourage the requirement of traffic violations using artificial intelligence (AI) in Sivaganga.
The project was brought about by Rajagopal and present DCP of Traffic, Chennai, Krishnaraj (previous DSP Devakottai) and finished with street security funds of Rs 33 lakh.
The police have introduced 15 automatic number plate recording cameras with embedded AI system (PixxonAI) in and around Sivaganga town.
These cameras will follow the traffic flow round the clock and automatically identify traffic violators who are riding without protective caps, triple riding and so on
The system will catch the image of the violators and the vehicle registration number and automatically take the subtleties of the proprietor of the vehicle from the RTO database. Further, it will produce an auto e-challan and transfer it on the central government e-challan worker, from where the worker will send a SMS to the vehicle proprietors.
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