The UAE Police announces an advanced system to monitor serious violations on Abu Dhabi roads

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The UAE Police announced an advanced system to monitor serious violations on Abu Dhabi roads through the use of artificial intelligence.

The United Arab Emirates Police Force has announced a cutting-edge system to detect significant traffic offenses in Abu Dhabi.

The United Arab Emirates Police Department has announced the launch of a cutting-edge system that makes use of artificial intelligence to monitor significant traffic offenses committed on Abu Dhabi highways.

Abu Dhabi Police announces the monitoring of dangerous road violations using artificial intelligence

The Abu Dhabi Police Department has made an announcement regarding the use of artificial intelligence to monitor potentially hazardous traffic offenses. The Abu Dhabi Police Department has identified six traffic violations as being the most dangerous on the roads of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi. These violations were monitored using techniques that involve artificial intelligence. The Abu Dhabi Police have claimed that these infractions cause deadly accidents, which in turn result in injuries and deaths, and that distraction while driving is the leading cause of these types of accidents. In addition, the Abu Dhabi Police have indicated that these violations cause fatal accidents.

Analyzing traffic violations in Abu Dhabi through artificial intelligence

An inquiry into traffic violations in Abu Dhabi was carried out with the assistance of artificial intelligence. According to Colonel Dr. Engineer Musallam Al Junaibi, who serves as the Director of the Department of Collection and Follow-up of Traffic offences in the Traffic and Patrols Directorate of the Abu Dhabi Police, there is a sizable group of traffic offences that are committed on a regular basis by motorists. However, based on an examination of traffic infractions and accident data using techniques from artificial intelligence, we have identified the most serious traffic violations that cause serious accidents. The most common of these are speeding and driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs. The pathways.

Abu Dhabi Police announces that being busy with the phone during a serious violation on the road

The Police Department of Abu Dhabi issues a warning to drivers that they should avoid using their phones while driving in order to avoid committing serious traffic offences. A violation, which is improper behavior on the part of the driver, occurs before any accident occurs, he added. He pointed out that preoccupation with the phone is the primary cause of serious accidents, as it leads to the sudden deviation of the vehicle or the failure to leave a sufficient safety distance with the vehicles in front of it, and it may also lead to the signal being cut off. In addition, he said that preoccupation with the phone is the primary cause of serious accidents. He went on to suggest that the primary reason for dangerous accidents is people being too preoccupied with their phones. red traffic lights, which resulted in situations that led to fatalities. red traffic lights. He made the point that the Abu Dhabi Police Department has enhanced its use of technology and artificial intelligence to monitor violations, with the purpose of increasing the safety of the roads for motorists and other users of the roads. This was done with the intention of improving the overall quality of life in Abu Dhabi.

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