One Australian state government has become the first in the world to implement a statewide camera program to automatically detect drivers using their cell phones.
Similar technology has been tested in England and Saudi Arabia, but the NSW program marks the first time it has been implemented on a wide scale.
SEE ALSO: This is how much American drivers use their phone in the carThe cell phone detection cameras can’t actually identify people using their phones in real time.
Drivers will only receive warnings for the first three months the cell phone detection cameras are in operation.
The NSW government intends to expand the cell phone detection camera system over the next three years, aiming for over 135 million checks annually by 2023.

Comments to: Australia rolls out world-first AI camera system to catch drivers on their phones

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Attach images - Only PNG, JPG, JPEG and GIF are supported.


Welcome to Typer

Brief and amiable onboarding is the first thing a new user sees in the theme.
Join Typer
Registration is closed.