In Ambala, the traffic police started a campaign to curb those driving at high speed. By controlling the speed of vehicles, there will be a decrease in accidents, traffic will be smooth.
This challan will reach home. It will be necessary to pay the amount of the challan online, otherwise the vehicle will not be able to sell. In such a situation, no one can hack or steal the system when a vehicle is invoiced or paying online amount, hence work is being done for the security of the system.
The company working on this project has installed cameras near the DRM office. Company officials have also inspected it many times. Under the project, cameras have been paired with computers. In which the numbers of all vehicles passing through the highway are noted. The project will be inaugurated soon.
The special feature of this project is that from a kilometer away the CCTV camera will catch vehicles on which the driver will be without seat belts and vehicle overspeed. Right now the traffic police challans through the interceptor, in which 8 to 10 employees pay duty on the highway every day. Vehicles are stopped and they are invoiced. There will be automatic invoices from the start of this project.