[MoMoBangalore] Bangalore traffic police

Jay Srinivasan
Mon May 28 18:48:37 IST 2007


Congratulations! Truly an idea whose time has come.

I am not a MoMo member or even a mobile developer (I am a management
consultant in healthcare), but wouldn't appropriate technology for our
cash-strapped government services really dictate lower cost technology
applications? Such as doing the same as in this story, but with ordinary,
cheap, ubiquitous, mobile phones that are able to record the violation and
connect with a local printer for a receipt? Now, that would be real
innovation IMHO. Blackberrys? We've now given our bureaucrats and pols
another fun way to scalp in high value procurement contracts!

Best regards,


On 5/28/07, suresh suresh at telibrahma.com> wrote:
>  An interesting solution for traffic police --
> http://www.ibnlive.com/videos/41460/bangalore-traffic-cops-go-hitech.html
> Ofcourse delivered by us;-)
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