Designing and integrating a new model of semi-online vehicle's fines control system

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Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering, 2013, 152 LNEE pp. 1205 - 1217
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In this paper we suggest to develop a vehicle's speed and fines control system to manage and control different aspects of fleet and cruise management system. The system developed to be sponsored by the government, which is represented by Department of Motor Vehicle (DMV) and should be operated by them. The purposes of the proposed project include speed, passengers' safety and vehicle readiness and related fines associated with driving practice such as wearing seat belt and speed limits. The system can be implemented by developing a software system inside a chip supported by recent related technologies such as GPS, GPRS and cameras, then installing the chip into the vehicle. The final outcome will be levying penalties respective to the driver's mistakes and offences; in addition new era of communication between DMV and driver, vehicle and driver, driver and DMV will be followed. © 2013 Springer Science+Business Media.
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