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Aerial Surveillance Helps Police Manage Traffic

Aerial Surveillance Helps Police Manage Traffic

    August 29, 2011




KUALA LUMPUR – Aerial police surveillance of the North-South Expressway today revealed that traffic was generally smooth despite an increase in the number of vehicles on the road.

The Federal police’s Internal Security and Public Order director Datuk Salleh Mat Rasid joined one of the helicopter sorties Sunday.

With pilot DSP Noor Sham Md Jani and co-pilot C/Insp Hamdan Mohamad at the helm, the aircraft carrying Salleh took off from the Sungai Besi air force base about 6pm before heading for the Tapah rest and service area located along the highway which links the northern and southern parts of Peninsular Malaysia.

Meanwhile, another police helicopter pilot Capt Erik Ladong told Bernama here that traffic on the expressway was smooth this morning despite more motorists taking to the road for the “balik kampung” exodus ahead of the Aidilfitri celebration.

Erik had flown the aircraft northwards towards Taiping, Perak, before heading south towards Pagoh in Johor and landing the helicopter at the Sungai Besi air base at about 5.30pm.

“Our aerial traffic surveillance allows us to convey information to the federal police headquarters regarding the traffic situation, whether there’s any congestion or accidents, for example,” he said.

Erik said information on accidents was vital to enable police teams on the ground to reach the scene in a speedy manner and possibly save lives.

Also, this would help the police to control traffic in case of congestion along certain stretches.

The 15-day aerial surveillance started on Aug 24 in conjunction with Ops Sikap 24 which is aimed at reducing road accidents during the festive season. – BERNAMA

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KUALA LUMPUR - Aerial police surveillance of the North-South Expressway today revealed that traffic was generally smooth despite an increase in the number of vehicles on the road. The Federal police's Internal Security and Public Order director Datuk Salleh Mat Rasid joined one of the helicopter sorties Sunday. With pilot DSP...
KUALA LUMPUR - Aerial police surveillance of the North-South Expressway today revealed that traffic was generally smooth despite an increase in the number of vehicles on the road. The Federal police's Internal Security and Public Order director Datuk Salleh Mat Rasid joined one of the helicopter sorties Sunday. With pilot DSP Noor Sham Md Jani and co-pilot C/Insp Hamdan Mohamad at the helm, the aircraft carrying Salleh took off from the Sungai Besi air force base about 6pm before heading for the Tapah rest and service area located along the highway which links the northern and southern parts of Peninsular Malaysia. Meanwhile, another police helicopter pilot Capt Erik Ladong told Bernama here that traffic on the expressway was smooth this morning despite more motorists taking to the road for the "balik kampung" exodus ahead of the Aidilfitri celebration. Erik had flown the aircraft northwards towards Taiping, Perak, before heading south towards Pagoh in Johor and landing the helicopter at the Sungai Besi air base at about 5.30pm. "Our aerial traffic surveillance allows us to convey information to the federal police headquarters regarding the traffic situation, whether there's any congestion or accidents, for example," he said. Erik said information on accidents was vital to enable police teams on the ground to reach the scene in a speedy manner and possibly save lives. Also, this would help the police to control traffic in case of congestion along certain stretches. The 15-day aerial surveillance started on Aug 24 in conjunction with Ops Sikap 24 which is aimed at reducing road accidents during the festive season. - BERNAMA

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