In Jakarta live more than 10 million people according to official data only. The average population density is about 15 thousand inhabitants per 1 sq. km. As a comparison, in Moscow and St. Petersburg, the same figure is 3-4 times lower, respectively. The population of the city is growing steadily, expanding the boundaries of the metropolis. Proportionally increases the number of vehicles. Jakarta roads are recognized as one of the busiest in the world, while there is no metro in the city. As a result, the largest Indonesian agglomeration is on the verge of the traffic collapse. The problem is exacerbated by the complete lack of driving culture and obstacles for walking: sidewalks and pedestrian crossings in the city are extremely rare.
Advanced solutions for situational monitoring of the road transport infrastructure and detection of traffic violations were demonstrated by ISS at the exhibition Intertraffic Indonesia 2018.