BMA planning to install 200 AI-assisted cameras

Dummy police officer in Bangkok

Dummy police officer in Bangkok, Thailand. Photo: runran / flickr.

The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) is planning to install artificial intelligence-assisted traffic cameras at over 200 intersections across the city to help its crackdown on traffic violations.

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Deputy governor Wisanu Subsompon said AI-assisted cameras will be installed at 20 major intersections in Bangkok this month as part of a trial. The cameras at Arun Amarin and Wong Sawang intersections have been active since the beginning of June, while the rest will be activated by the end of the month.

Full story: Bangkok Post

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