#616: Facesafety

It’s fairly common, when driving into a village, to have the speed of one’s vehicle detected and for that to result in an electronic sign illuminating with the words ‘Slow Down!”.

Today’s invention is a modifiaction of such a system. Every time someone uses the pedestrian crossing in a village, an image of the user is captured and sent to the display screens on the entrance roads.

Passing motorists then get shown not just a slow down request but a visual indication of the individual people who may be at risk if they don’t.

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