Dubai Police to install radars every two kilometers

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Police will soon install radars every two kilometres on the roads in addition to mobile radars to deter speeding and reckless motorists and protect road users.

So far 90 new digital radars are installed on several internal roads and highways in Dubai including, 30 radars on Shaikh Zayed Road, 22 radars on Dubai-Al Ain Road, 17 radars on Dubai-Hatta Road, 10 radars on Emirates Road, six radars on Al Khail Road and five radars on Business Bay Bridge.

These new digital radars are highly advanced and can distinguish between light and heavy vehicles they can catch offences from both sides and the speed limits, on which they flash, can be controlled from the centre of the department.

The camera used in the radar must also be fitted with pathfinders, be able to deal with various temperatures and humidity, be able to be fitted on a tripod and have a wireless broadcasting system to be controlled from a room at the traffic department.


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