Sarajevo Police installs Tattile ANPR cameras to increase road safety
The Police Directorate in the Sarajevo Canton of Bosnia has implemented 18 Tattile Vega Smart 2HD cameras equipped with Artificial Intelligence (AI) algorithms, primarily to detect speed violations and vehicles with documented crime offenses.
The cameras are part of the SPARTA system. In addition to performing their key function of automated number plate recognition, these cameras also are capable to recognize the brand, class, color and model of each passing vehicle. The main purpose of the traffic security system is to document speed violations, to detect vehicles whose registration has expired or were reported as stolen vehicles and to identify vehicles that are registered by people that are suspected of criminal offences. In those cased law enforcement officers are alerted either through a back office application (web based app) or in the field using a mobile app.
“With the help of these smart cameras for traffic surveillance, the police officers have accurate documentation on the vehicles in violation at hand. Even if the local police not able to stop the vehicle immediately, the violation is stored in the device’s buffer 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 penalized. Not incidental, but every time you are speeding and causing additional safety risks for fellow road users”, a representative of the Sarajevo police explained. The district plans to acquire up to 15 additional traffic monitoring cameras to expand the system in the near future.
SPARTA as a traffic security solution enhances violation management and is developed according to police requirements to automate and reduce costs related to the processing of violations. At the core of the system used in the Sarajevo district, is a Tattile smart camera with the best ANPR software currently available in the field for vehicle plate recognition.