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Rawai targets criminals, rogue drivers with B17mn CCTV camera project

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Rawai targets criminals, rogue drivers with B17mn CCTV camera project

By The Phuket News

 

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New CCTV and Licence Plate Recognition cameras will be installed in Rawai subdistrict this year. Photo: Pornchai Kittiwongsakul / AFP

 

PHUKET: The mayor of Rawai on Tuesday (June 11) revealed a B17 million plan to install new high quality CCTV cameras within the subdistrict this month, with the aim of making the area safer from criminals and road accidents.

 

 

 

The mayor also announced plans to install licence plate recognition (LPR) cameras later in the year.

 

“The 65 CCTV cameras are expected to be completely installed and the control room system up and running within this month, helping to monitor any incidents that might occur in the area and to track down criminals from nearby areas such as Chalong, Kata, Karon and others that may have escaped into Rawai District,” Mayor Aroon Solos told The Phuket News.


Read more at https://www.thephuketnews.com/rawai-targets-criminals-rogue-drivers-with-b17mn-cctv-camera-project-71777.php#mc1WSodlvwkxwbcg.99

 

 

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-- © Copyright Phuket News 2019-06-13

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Let's hope the cables are really installed.  And really connected to some sort of technology   .... like a monitor .... at least

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Putting sophisticated equipment in dont you need someone with half a brain to operate it? Oh well this Rawai

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18 hours ago, Inepto Cracy said:

555 was there not a thread here on TV recently about how many cars on Phuket alone, have their numbers rubbed out front and rear, so camera detection is not readable?

Make having a non-conforming number plate a super offence with a penalty of Baht10,000.00. That would be a great earner for the traffic police.

THe green plates on taxis are often illegible. Taxi drivers are among the worst for running red lights and speeding.

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Same as the traffic light installed at junctions around rawai right now a bang at the junction on the way to nai harn a truck parked in the middle of the road nobody gives way turn the <deleted> ing things on

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