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ST wrote:
KZG2001 wrote:
ST wrote:
which is the best apps that you guys using to detect the AES?

What? Errrrr, I thought AES was detecting us! Very Happy

In Android play store search for AES Detector

Thanks man for the apps.. Now we will detect AES... Smile

the problem is that the detector is based on coordinates. As long as you are around 1km of the co-ordinate, it will inform you even if it meant for another road.

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Anti AES Evil or Very Mad Evil or Very Mad
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Anti AES Evil or Very Mad Evil or Very Mad

what to do.......one of the companies got the contract first then only the company was registered to ROC. Zero risk at all. If tak dapat tender, save 3 thousands.. Very Happy
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I got 2 flashes driving on NS Express, between Bangi and Kajang heading towards KL; too slow to show "peace" sign!

Warning signs? Forget it! The intention is not to caution the drivers; all buayas out there Very Happy

Here you go:

It was recently alleged that the two companies that had won the coveted government concession for the AES ATES Sdn Bhd and Beta Tegap Sdn Bhd would stand to gain profits amounting to RM700 million annually from the pool of settled summonses issued to errant road users.

Both firms have also come under fire for claiming between RM600 million and RM800 million as cost to install 831 cameras in traffic hotspots nationwide.

WTF.....even at RM600mil, that is RM722,000 per camera cost including installation. cronies getting richer while the rest of the country struggles with the high cost of living.



This is exactly the problem... Why can't the govt actually do rhis themselves? why need to give such public good to private companies... Rationally speaking, if they choose to do so, it's on the basis of relative cost... sadly, evidence suggest otherwise... which begets the fundamental question -- why is govt hell bent on giving concessions after concessions? have they actually studied the economics and the virtues?

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