Ghazni students develop software to reduce accidents
GHAZNI CITY (Pajhwok): Kabul University students have developed software which can make the understanding of traffic rules easy and prevent increasing number of traffic accidents.
Agha Maluk and Muzda, the two students who developed the software, said after the activation of this software the implementation of traffic laws would be easy which would help reduce the growing number of accidents.
“The traffic police can install the software in registered vehicles. The facility works without internet and the driver with this software never hid himself from police in case of any violation of traffic law,” they said.
He said every countryman could install the software in their vehicle and inform the traffic officials from their issues anywhere in the county.
Hailing from southern Ghazni province Maluk said the softer could be installed in Hoshmand mobile and required to be updated once in a month.
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