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What is police.ge video and how does it work?




Police.ge video is a project of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia that aims to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of traffic management and enforcement in the country. It is a system that uses various types of video cameras to monitor, record, and analyze the road conditions, traffic flows, and driver behaviors. It also uses software applications to automatically identify, notify, and fine the drivers who violate the traffic rules and regulations.




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The purpose and benefits of police.ge video




The main objectives of police.ge video are to prevent and detect traffic violations, to enhance road safety and security, and to reduce administrative costs and bureaucracy. By using police.ge video, the Ministry of Internal Affairs hopes to achieve the following benefits:


Preventing and detecting traffic violations




Police.ge video helps to deter drivers from breaking the traffic laws, such as speeding, running red lights, crossing double lines, driving in bus lanes, or changing lanes without signaling. It also helps to identify and catch the drivers who commit such violations, by using automated number plate recognition (ANPR) technology. ANPR cameras can read the license plates of vehicles and compare them with the database of registered vehicles. If a violation is detected, the system automatically generates a ticket and sends it to the driver's address or email.


Enhancing road safety and security




Police.ge video helps to improve the road safety and security for all road users, such as drivers, passengers, pedestrians, cyclists, or motorcyclists. It helps to reduce the risk of road accidents, injuries, and fatalities, by enforcing the traffic rules and regulations. It also helps to prevent and respond to other incidents on the road, such as crimes, emergencies, or natural disasters. It does so by using general view cameras that provide a comprehensive overview of the road situation. General view cameras can capture images and videos of the road environment, traffic conditions, weather conditions, or any suspicious or abnormal activities.


Reducing administrative costs and bureaucracy




Police.ge video helps to save time, money, and resources for both the government and the public. It helps to streamline the traffic management and enforcement process, by using digital technology instead of manual labor. It also helps to eliminate human errors, corruption, or fraud, by using objective evidence instead of subjective judgment. It does so by using average speed control (ASC) system that calculates the average speed of vehicles over a certain distance. ASC system can measure the speed of vehicles without requiring physical presence or intervention of police officers.


The features and functions of police.ge video




Police.ge video consists of three main components: the unified video surveillance system, the automated number plate recognition system, and the average speed control system. Each component has its own features and functions:


The unified video surveillance system




The unified video surveillance system is a network of video cameras that are installed in strategic locations across Georgia. The system covers both international and national roads, as well as urban and rural areas. The system connects all the video cameras to a central control center, where operators can monitor, record, and analyze the data from the cameras. The system also allows operators to communicate with other agencies or authorities, such as police officers, emergency services, or local governments.


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The automated number plate recognition system




The automated number plate recognition system is a technology that uses optical character recognition (OCR) to read the license plates of vehicles. The system consists of ANPR cameras that are mounted on poles or bridges, or embedded in the road surface. The system captures the images of the license plates and converts them into alphanumeric characters. The system then compares the characters with the database of registered vehicles and checks for any violations or alerts. The system can also recognize the type, color, model, and make of the vehicles.


The average speed control system




The average speed control system is a technology that uses radar or laser to measure the speed of vehicles. The system consists of ASC cameras that are placed at the entry and exit points of a certain road segment. The system records the time and location of the vehicles when they pass by the cameras. The system then calculates the average speed of the vehicles over the distance between the cameras. The system can also detect the direction, lane, and occupancy of the vehicles.


The statistics and results of police.ge video




Police.ge video has been implemented since 2011 and has been expanded and upgraded over the years. According to the Ministry of Internal Affairs, police.ge video has achieved significant results in terms of traffic management and enforcement. Here are some of the statistics and results of police.ge video:


The number and location of video cameras




As of 2020, there are more than 10,000 video cameras installed in Georgia as part of police.ge video. These include about 4,000 ANPR cameras, 3,000 general view cameras, and 3,000 ASC cameras. The video cameras are located in various regions and cities of Georgia, such as Tbilisi, Kutaisi, Batumi, Rustavi, Gori, Telavi, Zugdidi, Mtskheta, Poti, Akhaltsikhe, and others. The video cameras cover about 5,000 kilometers of roads in Georgia.


The amount and type of traffic fines




Since the launch of police.ge video, more than 20 million traffic fines have been issued to drivers who violated the traffic rules and regulations. The most common violations are speeding, running red lights, crossing double lines, driving in bus lanes, or changing lanes without signaling. The amount of traffic fines varies depending on the type and severity of the violation. For example, speeding can result in a fine ranging from 50 to 500 Georgian lari (GEL), depending on how much the driver exceeded the speed limit. Running a red light can result in a fine of 100 GEL. Crossing a double line can result in a fine of 40 GEL. Driving in a bus lane can result in a fine of 20 GEL. Changing lanes without signaling can result in a fine of 10 GEL.


The impact on road accidents and fatalities




According to the Ministry of Internal Affairs, police.ge video has contributed to reducing the number and severity of road


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