The Digital Transport Inspector DTI™

The Digital Transport Inspector DTI™ is a system which helps enforce transport laws on traffic across the country. It not only inspects drivers' speed but also provides information such as drivers' licensing status and behavior. Unlike today's speed-cameras, the DTI™ is passive: it does not need bespoke hardware and is a cheaper solution per mile compared with any other transport inspection system. ™

These unique elements make law enforcement accurate, user-friendly, and very cheap to effect. The DTI™ has been designed around the driver's himself. It focuses on reducing the overall number of traffic incidents, and so reducing fatalities, injuries, damage and insurance costs.

The DTI™ is a software based solution. A number of off-the-shelf digital cameras are located along the road to be inspected. The distance between the cameras can vary from a few hundreds of yards to hundreds of miles, depending upon the road's network infrastructure. Drivers speed to save time on their journey.

The DTI™ actually measures the time of the driver's journey, so basically it inspects the driver's intention and not his way of achieving it, which is by speeding. In addition, DTI™ locations will be well known to the driver, so he does not need to play 'cat and mouse' with law enforcers.

The DTI™ also handles law enforcement in a new way. It can detect stolen cars, unlicensed vehicles and offending drivers. The enforcement process itself can be handled through the post, at a remote checkpoint, and/or via a remote communication link.

So, it is a very user-friendly and cost-effective way of enforcing the law. It can cover the entire road network; drivers who offend frequently could receive proportional penalties compared with first-time law breakers.