Automated Enforcement System (AES) FAQ by JPJ

JPJ have released an FAQ on the Automated Enforcement System (AES) that was announced earlier this month. The AES system will use around 800 fixed and 500 portable speedtrap cameras from two different manufacturers to ‘monitor’ traffic in 831 “black spot” areas on highways in addition to stretches of state and federal roads. All the cameras – which have a 11MP resolution – will be able to record both still image and video footage of vehicles committing speed-related offences, and are connected via a broadband link to the respective system’s headquarters. Once captured, the photographic evidence is then passed on to the JPJ, which will verify it, and a fine is then issued to traffic offenders.

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