Spain’s DGT (Dirección General de Tráfico) To Install Radars Using Artificial Intelligence Capable Of Detecting Multiple Traffic Violations
The Dirección General de Tráfico (DGT), Spain’s traffic authority, has announced its plans to install new radars equipped with artificial intelligence (AI) technology across the country. These advanced radars are designed to detect multiple traffic violations simultaneously, enhancing road safety and improving traffic management.
The implementation of AI-powered radars marks a significant step forward in Spain’s efforts to combat traffic violations and reduce accidents on its roads. Traditional radars are limited in their ability to detect only specific violations, such as speeding or running a red light. However, the new AI-based radars will be capable of identifying multiple infractions simultaneously, making them highly efficient in monitoring and enforcing traffic regulations.
The AI technology integrated into these radars enables them to analyze various aspects of a vehicle’s behavior, including speed, lane discipline, tailgating, and illegal overtaking