An automatic enforcement of traffic laws, and is a continuation of the Road Safety Plan 2006-2010.
On-going efforts of road safety activists (JPJ, PDRM, JKJR, MIROS, JKR) focusing on 4E (Engineering, Enforcement, Education and Environment).
Necessitates adaptations of the enforcement system to be sustainable in driving attitude changes regardless of the increase in number of vehicles, drivers or constraints in enforcement.
A system based approach that could change the attitude of Malaysian drivers.
A tracking system that automatically records traffic offenses using sensors installed on the road and imaging system that captures photo and video images of traffic violations.
How does AES function?
AES is able to automatically detect and record any traffic offenses as soon as they are committed in accident-prone areas where the system is installed.
AES implementation covers offenses such as:
> Beating the traffic light
Information of these offenses is then sent in real time online to the AES Control Centre. The information is processed to identify the driver/owner of the vehicle based on the information in the RTD database.
Summons will be issued automatically and sent by mail to the person who is summoned (OKS).
The system automatically sends the information to the court for trial if the OKS chose not to pay the compound or decided to go for trial.
How many cameras will be installed?
566 speeding cameras.
265 traffic light cameras.
A total of 831 cameras.
250 units (30%) of the total are mobile units - the mobile cameras are operated in accident-prone areas that have no infrastructure (electricity, communication range, etc.) for the installation of static camera.