Bosnia police go ahead with Tattile

Vega units will help control speed violations in Sarajevo
Enforcement / December 22, 2020
By Adam Hill
Tattile Bosnia
Vega: violations are transmitted to a central database (© Tattile)

The police directorate in the Sarajevo canton of Bosnia has installed 18 Tattile Vega Smart 2HD cameras to aid enforcement efforts - and plans to add up to 15 more.

Based on artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms designed to detect speed violations and vehicles with documented criminal offences, the cameras are part of the Sparta traffic security system.

Their main function is automatic number plate recognition, detecting stolen vehicles and those whose registration has expired.

Officers will be alerted either via the back office (web-based app) or in the field (mobile app).

"With the help of these smart cameras for traffic surveillance, the police officers have accurate documentation on the vehicles in violation," a police representative explained.

"Even if police fail to immediately stop the offender, the violation is stored in the device's memory and transmitted to a central database. As such it is almost impossible to avoid punishment."

"Once you exceed the speed limit, you will be penalised, and the same goes for the second time," the representative added.

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