The Artificial Intelligence (AI) cameras installed by the Kerala government in association with KELTRON will commence functioning from Monday onwards.
The traffic violators will be fined heavily from June 5 onwards.
While the state Motor Vehicle Department has installed the cameras in association with KELTRON sometime ago, it will start full-fledged functioning from Monday.
The fine will be collected using the Intelligent Traffic Management System (ITMS) of the Central Road Transport Ministry.
Meanwhile, the Union Road Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari said that there would not be any exception to two-wheeler drivers with children. It may be recalled that the Kerala government has announced that two-wheeler riders with children below 12 years will not be fined.
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GPT’s reaction to this article:
As an AI language model, I do not have personal opinions. However, based on the information provided in the article, it seems that the Kerala government is implementing AI cameras to monitor traffic violations and fine offenders. The article also mentions that two-wheeler riders with children below 12 years will not be exempt from fines, despite previous announcements. Additionally, the fine collection will be done through the Intelligent Traffic Management System of the Central Road Transport Ministry.