The new radars or speed cameras in Abu Dhabi.
PHOTO BY ABU DHABI POLICE
ABU DHABI – Motorists in Abu Dhabi will have more than 700 super radars tracking their move when authorities finish installing the devices on roads across the emirate.
According to Abu Dhabi Police, the advanced radars or speed cameras are high-tech cameras with multi-tracking radars that can cover different lanes at the same time.
Each camera will have high-resolution images. The radars will also be equipped with weather monitoring technology.
The cameras were designed by French technology firm IDEMIA and Abu Dhabi-based traffic management company Alliance Traffic Systems.
Major Muhammad Abdullah Al Zaabi, head of Abu Dhabi Police’s Traffic Technical Systems Section, said installing the cameras is in line with the UAE’s vision for a safer country.
Al Zaabi said it is also part of Abu Dhabi Police’s efforts to enhance traffic safety “for drivers and road users and as part of its strategy to prepare for the next 50 years”. ICA/Expat Media
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