It is expected that the new measure will reduce the number of accidents.
Police in Abu Dhabi, the UAE capital, has begun the installation of the new radars are intended for pedestrians in busy areas of the city.
In the first stage, radars, called Hather («watch»), will be installed near schools. In the second phase, radar equip areas which are regularly overloaded with pedestrians.
According to the Abu Dhabi police, radar has two cameras that scan the surroundings and alert pedestrians of when it is safe to cross the road. At the same time, the device will also warn motorists to stop and give way when people cross the road.
If the driver does not miss a pedestrian, the camera scans the room rental and transfers the data to the police for penalty.
Police urged motorists to slow down movement of vehicles at a distance of not less than 5 m from a road sign with a picture of a school bus to ensure the safety of students.