As the economy develops rapid in this African country, vehicle ownership is on an increase, which put much pressure on the city's traffic. In the past, traffic violation was detected by eyes and drivers got ticketed by a handwritten ticket. Human power can make errors sometimes, and writing a ticket costs time. On some narrow roads, pulling down the vehicle can lead to traffic congestion.
Eye detecting cannot reach a 100% accuracy, especially in detecting a faked license.
Violation information cannot be shared among law enforcement officials in real time, which endangers social safety.
Ticket need to be first written down on site then input in the management system back in the office. Twice recording is a heavy workload and wastes plenty of time.
Another problem is that data and information cannot be synchronized to the management system. Real-time communication between control center and each check point can't be realized.
It is almost impossible for the control center to dynamically monitor police officer movement on the beat or alter the beats in tune with the requirements for the area.
A police department in this country initiated a project using RFID reading and writing, 2D barcode scanning and fingerprint recognition functions to facilitate police law enforcement on the beat. Each traffic police is allocated with a C5000 mobile computer to achieve automatic detection and patrol. The solution enables traffic police to print out tickets on site and deal with traffic violations directly. Wireless networks make it possible to upload real-time information to the central database. What's more, the police department can dynamically monitor police officer's movement on the beat and alter the beats in tune with the requirements for the area.
Police first use C5000 to scan the 2D barcode on driver license to obtain driver identity information, then gather, compare and match the driver's fingerprint. Police can also have instant access to information about the driver, the vehicle and other historical records by reading HF tags.
Portable C5000 makes it possible for mobile law enforcement. A combined RFID and GPS location tracking system let the central office track police officer location and ensure their safety.
Penalty for Traffic Violations
With rugged and portable PDAs, the traffic police can deal with vehicles breaking laws and regulations anywhere and anytime. Tickets can be printed out on site. Besides, the system can automatically transmit all data captured to the central database.
Through the application of hand-held terminals, now mobile law enforcement is achieved and so office efficiency is significantly improved. Manual recognition mistakes have been reduced to a maximum degree and so law enforcement becomes more deterrent.
Dynamic location tracking not only helps command center to better manage police staffs but secures the day-to-day operations of law enforcement professionals. The solution gives this organization reliable and cost-effective regulatory compliance.
That information can be synchronized to the backend system in time optimizes the ability of staff to access whatever information needed.
When accidents happen, real time electronic record can be a reference.
Traffic tickets can be issued and printed out so that penalty can be done on the spot, which streamlined workflows of law enforcement.
Functions: 2D, HF RFID, Fingerprint, GPRS, Camera