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Chandigarh 1st North India City to Install Hi Tech Gun Cameras Details, Features



Chandigarh 1st North India City to Install Automatic Speed Gun Cameras- Details, Features, Purpose

Chandigarh became the 1st city in North India to install Automatic Speed Gun Cameras with digital displays for traffic management after Kolkata city to have such hi-tech system.

The digital high-tech speed gun cameras are equipped with night vision technology and will record the speed of oncoming traffic, helping Chandigarh Police to issue challans to anyone driving above the city speed limits.

The digital high-tech speed gun cameras installed aimed to beware motorists of over speeding. If the speed is above the permissible limit, the digital display will warn the driver with a white light. If, and when, a motorist breaks the law, a challan will be sent to the driver along with the image of over speeding.

The digital high-tech speed gun cameras radar will capture the speed of the vehicle while the camera will click the picture of the speeding vehicle after which a challan will be sent to the vehicle owner’s address.

DSP (Traffic) Yashpal Sharma informed two-speed radar cameras had been installed on Jan Marg on a trial basis. “These are night vision cameras, which will be helpful in checking over-speeding at night when the violation is rampant, which will eventually reduce road accidents and control traffic”.

Chandigarh also happens to be among a few cities having authorities to accept driving on high-beam inside the city limits as a punishable offense.


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