The VÉDA Intelligent Public Road Camera Network project is implemented by a consortium of the Ministry of Interior, the National Police Headquarters and the Central Office of Public Adminstration and Digital Public Services (KEK KH). The European Union set a goal to reduce, compared to 2010, the road traffic fatalities by 50% by 2020, and nearing zero by 2050. Hungary's traffic policies follow these goals as well. With this project, the Hungarian Police plans to install a preventive intelligent traffic system that is the first of its kind in Europe. The police needs to improve its abilities to make road traffic safer, to control and maintain rule-following behavior and improve traffic morale. One of the infrastructural requirements for this is upgrading and extending the numbers and services of previously implemented modern, automated systems, proceses and appliances.