Jakarta (ANTARA News) - The Deputy Chief of Police of the Republic of Indonesia, Commissioner General Ari Dono, has stated that the application of Industry 4.0 would make people to change their behavior when driving and riding on the road.

"With the industrial revolution 4.0, all people are competing to use digital systems in every aspect," Ari said at the launch of the Electronic Traffic Law Enforcement (ETLE) system here Sunday.

He added that technology is increasingly sophisticated and changing people`s behavior, especially if many "eyes" are installed in all corners of a city. Therefore, he asked Jakarta Governor to increase surveillance cameras in every corner in the city.

According to him, Indonesia has not left behind in implementing the ELTE system, considering that Japan implemented a similar system in 2014 by installing surveillance cameras to detect every vehicle. And only in 2018 did they begin trying to use this technology for face detection.

"We are going forward to apply such system. Maybe if there are more eyes everywhere, then people will be afraid to make violation," Ari said.

Meanwhile, Minister of Administrative and Bureaucratic Reforms, Syafruddin, pointed out that Jordan is a smaller city than Jakarta, but surveillance cameras have been installed at every corner, so that every movement is detected.

In 1992, Malaysia used surveillance cameras to support Traffic Law Enforcement on the freeway. This technology detects a vehicle that is moving beyond a predetermined speed.

The Jakarta Regional Police targets to install 81 surveillance cameras in order to implement the ELTE system in 2019. The cameras with Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) technology will be installed at 25 intersections in Jakarta.

With this technology, the Police will easily detect the police number of vehicles that make violation in an automatic way, while at the same time the record can become evidence in court. Only three days after the violation took place, the ticket will be received by the owner of the vehicle through the Indonesian Post Office, PT Pos Indonesia services.

The owner has five days to clarify if the vehicle is still his or her, and he or she drove the car. Furthermore, the traffic violator has seven days to pay the ticket through several banks before the Police revoke the letter of Police registration number of the vehicle.

Reporting by Virna P Setyorini
Editing by Yoseph Hariyadi

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