Published: Oct 23, 2021
An advisory body to the justice minister has submitted a report proposing legal revisions aimed at preventing defendants released on bail from absconding through the use of global positioning system (GPS) devices, among other measures.
Published: Oct 08, 2019
The Royal Thai Police is cooperating with the Higher Education, Science, Research and Innovation Ministry to create an IoT (internet of things) GPS tracker and smart checkpoint to efficiently deliver public services and prevent crime.
Published: Feb 25, 2019
Some 50 representatives of Chiang Mai’s public transport van association on Monday showed up at the provincial transport office, calling for sympathy and help by either cancelling the requirement for public transport vans to be installed with speed-detecting GPS devices or increasing the current 90 kilometres/hour speed limit to 110km/h.
Published: May 26, 2018
A couple returning to Phitsanulok after buying a pickup-truck load of mangoes in Loei was led by a GPS app to a steep uphill route, causing the heavy pickup to slide backward downhill and overturn early on Saturday, police said.
Published: Jul 05, 2017
A Department of Land Transport (DLT) ministerial draft regulation will lead to the installation of GPS, security cameras and other devices in at least 80,000 cabs under the “Taxi OK and Taxi VIP” concept designed to increase both driver and passenger safety.