SPEED DETECTION OF MOVING VEHICAL BY USING SPEED CAMERAS SUBMITTED BY: PRABHU DAYAL SINGH.
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SPEED DETECTION OF MOVING VEHICAL BY USING SPEED CAMERAS
SUBMITTED BY:PRABHU DAYAL SINGH
INTRODUCTION:• Although there is good road safety performance
the number of people killed and injured on our roads remain unacceptably high. So the roads safety strategy was published or introduced to support the new casualty reduction targets. The road safety strategy includes all forms of invention based on the engineering and education and enforcement and recognizes that there are many different factors that lead to traffic collisions and casualties. The main reason is speed of vehicle. We use traffic lights and other traffic manager to reduce the speed. One among them is speed cameras.
•The concept of the speed camera can be dated back to at least 1905; Popular Mechanics reports on a patent for a Time Recording Camera for Trapping Motorists which enabled the operator to take time-stamped images of a vehicle moving across the start and end points of a measured section of road. The timestamps enabled the speed to be calculated, and the photo enabled identification of the driver
The Dutch company Gatsometer BV, founded by the 1950s rally driver Maurice Gatsonides, invented the first automated road-rule enforcement cameras.
The first systems introduced in the late 1960s used film cameras to take their pictures.
•Mobile systems•Gatso Mobile Speed Camera, used in
Victoria, Australia. The camera is mounted on the passenger side dash, whilst the black box on the front is the radar unit.
Fixed-speed and red light cameras
•Most red-light cameras, and many speed cameras, are fixed-site systems mounted in boxes or on poles beside the road. They are also often attached to gantries over the road, or to overpasses or bridges.
•Fixed or mobile speed camera systems that measure the time taken by a vehicle to travel between two or more fairly distant sites (from several hundred metres to several hundred kilometres apart) are called automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) cameras. These cameras time vehicles over a known fixed distance, then calculate the vehicle's average speed for the journey
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•Cameras and number-plate recognition equipment can be used for purposes unrelated to enforcement of traffic rules.
• In principle any agency or person with access to data either from traffic cameras or cameras installed for other purposes can track the movement of vehicles for any purpose
Political issues:•There are a number of legal issues which arise as a result depending on local laws and the procedures used by the enforcing bodies. There are political issues associated with camera schemes which are often unpopular with motorists and in many areas motorists have lobbied against camera schemes.
Various legal issues arise from such cameras and the laws involved in how cameras can be placed and what evidence is necessary to prosecute a driver varies considerably in different legal systems . In some areas the cameras themselves have been ruled illegal. Other issues surround the actual type approval of cameras.
CONCLUSION• We finally have a solution to the speeding
•we would expect there to be a great number of these every were and that day would be highly visible and identifiable to make a drivers slow down.
•We use traffic lights and other traffic manager to reduce the speed. One among them is speed cameras.