Re: Russian supercamera can issue thousands of tickets per hour
On 11/23/2011 8:37 PM, Paul Hovnanian P.E. wrote:
Bob Cratchet wrote:
I assume that the little tags in the photos are the results of the radar
reading plus the license plate character recognition. Take a look at the
three tags on the truck (second photo). One near the license plate, the
other two, who knows what it was picking up.
It looks like the OCR is pretty low quality. I anticipate quite a few
traffic court challenges ...
Traffic court challenges? In RUSSIA? Heh.
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