Researchers propose Repression Network approach for vehicle search

When you get caught at a red-light traffic camera or a speed camera, how the police know it is you and who to send the ticket to is based on your license plate. However are number plates enough to identify a car? After all if someone wanted to truly evade the law, they can always switch out the plates, right?However that might soon be an impossible task over in China. In a report from The Sun, it seems that China is working on what is being called a “repression network”, which is really research done by the Peking University that is working towards creating a camera system with “unprecedented accuracy”.Basically instead of just identifying cars based on number plates, this system will be smart enough where it can identify cars based on things like customized paintings, decorations, and even scratches. This means that changing your number plate won’t be enough to evade this particular system, since scratches are usually not alike.While it seems that the research is based on identifying cars, it has been sugge

China Working On A Camera System That Can Identify Cars From Its Scratches

When you get caught at a red-light traffic camera or a speed camera, how the police know it is you and who to send the ticket to is based on your license plate. However are number plates enough ...

Fri 11 Aug 17 from Ubergizmo

China creates speed cameras that ID cars' scratches

The system uses artificial intelligence to pick up on tiny differences, and a 'repression layer' to help sort between the masses of data, according to researchers from Peking University (stock ...

Thu 10 Aug 17 from Daily Mail

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