30 intelligent radars installed in Sharjah
May 30, 2017
The radars can track violations such as heavy loading of vehicles, driving at speeds lower than minimum speed limit and tailgating.
The Sharjah Police on Tuesday announced the installation of 30 intelligent radar devices on the internal and external roads of the emirate.
The move has come as part of police plans to implement the Government Acceleration Program and to achieve the National Agenda of 2021 in the field of traffic.
Brigadier Saif Mohammad Al Ziri Al Shamsi, commander-in-chief of Sharjah Police, said that the radars have been installed over 30 weeks around the emirate, including Al Dhaid Road, Maliha Street, Emirates Road, Mohammed bin Zayed Road, among others.
These intelligent systems are capable of tracking violations such as exceeding speed limit, heavy loading of vehicles, driving at speeds lower than minimum speed limit, tailgating, etc.
"The smart radar is capable of recording live scenes and errors committed by drivers," he said.