The latest research shows that drivers in NSW are fined up to A$5000 million each year for misreading stop signs.Software developer UbiPark has developed an application program (APP) to solve this problem, which is currently being promoted at various stages in Sydney.
According to an Australian News Agency report on February 2, according to UbiPark’s latest survey, nearly three-quarters of Sydney motorists found stop signs confusing, involving areas including the Central Business District (CBD) and inner urban areas such as Surry Hills, Darlinghurst, East End, North Sydney, Inner West End, West End and North Coast.
UbiPark estimates that approximately 1.9% of the $25 million in parking fines in NSW are due to motorists not being able to read parking signs.The company's developers said that the new application uses a new parking sign scanning technology to help you understand the most confusing parking signs, the application can be found in the Google Play store.
It is understood that when the driver scans the stop sign, the application developed by UbiPark will use artificial intelligence technology to analyze the driver's location, time and local traffic rules, and provide the driver with real-time and accurate information.
UbiPark Chief Executive Officer Mosstyn Howell said: “We know that parking in Australian cities is difficult. When you finally find a parking space, the most important thing you need to do is to read multiple parking signs. It turns out that you can’t park your car at all. There."
As part of the pilot program, the application will be gradually promoted in the Sydney city area and is currently online in the Chinese district Chatswood.
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