FUXEM (TM)

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Campaign Ends:
February 7th 2015
This is a fixed campaign

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FUXEM (TM) is a device using GPS allowing all motorists to pinpoint and monitor all police cars, police motorcycles, individual police, speed cameras - fixed and mobile, red light cameras and red light/speed camera pairs, transport inspectors, weighbridges - permanent and mobile scales and transport inspection pads anywhere at any time as long their vehicle is within range of GPS satellites. This is designed to allow all motorists to plan their movements with all relevant detail required for a safe journey. It will ensure that speed fines will be drastically reduced as less and less revenue is collected by governments by warning all motorists with the device of any of the above as soon as they come within 5 kilometres of them. FUXEM (TM) is Trade Marked and has a patent pending.  

Introduction.

This campaign is to raise the funds required for the further development of the device to final testing stage whereafter it will be available for world-wide use.
 

Background.

The inventor/creator is a Heavy Vehicle Driver Trainer and Heavy Vehicle Driver Trainer Trainer who has had decades on Australian roads putting up with all the "authorities" have dished out. It is time for motorists to claim back their right to travel free of the fear of entrapment by technology while authorities sit back and rake in countless millions of dollars in revenue to prop up economies that are not being managed correctly by politicians. 28-11-2014. Friend was snapped by a speed camera van last night on Gympie Road at Kedron. Van was situated at the bottom of the hill. Did not see the van as he was watching mirrors and other traffic with no real time to look at speedometer. Was probably doing 65 in 60 zone as the car rolled down the hill. Stupid revenue collection at 3:30 am. Speed cameras do not comply with National Measurement Act 1960, where section 10 says clearly "

10.

Measurements to be ascertained in accordance with appropriate standards of measurement, Australian certified reference materials or certified measuring instruments

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When, for any legal purpose

, it is necessary to ascertain whether a measurement of a physical quantity for which there are Australian legal units of measurement has been made or is being made in terms of those units, that fact shall be ascertained by means of, by reference to, by comparison with or by derivation from: (a) an appropriate Australian primary standard of measurement; (b) an appropriate Australian secondary standard of measurement; (c) an appropriate State primary standard of measurement; (d) an appropriate recognized value standard of measurement; (e) an appropriate reference standard of measurement; (f) 2 or more standards of measurement, each of which is a standard of measurement referred to in paragraph (a), (b), (c), (d) or (e); (g) an Australian certified reference material; (h) a certified measuring instrument; (i) one or more standards of measurement, each of which is a standard of measurement referred to in paragraph (a), (b), (c), (d) or (e) and an Australian certified reference material; (j) one or more standards of measurement, each of which is a standard of measurement referred to in paragraph (a), (b), (c), (d) or (e) and a certified measuring instrument; or (k) one or more standards of measurement, each of which is a standard of measurement referred to in paragraph (a), (b), (c), (d) or (e), an Australian certified reference material and a certified measuring instrument;

and not in any other manner.

I suppose that speed cameras are used for a "legal purpose".  I can but assume that the measurement of the movement of a moving mass of metal is a physical quantity. As the National Measurement Act 1960 is a Commonwealth Act and takes precedence over State law when conflict arises between the two, and there are no State Measurement Acts, all measurement for legal purposes must comply with the national Act.
 

How the funds will be used.

The funds offered will be used to get the device to market as soon as is possible.
 
 

Rewards.

All who fund this project will be given access free for life for each $20 of funding given and should name a recipient for each $20 multiple. For those who have not taken part in the development of the project there will be an initial fee of $20 with an annual $20 fee for upkeep of servers and ancillary equipment. For savings of thousands of dollars of fines and penalties the $20 per year is a bargain.  
 

Team.

Myself, LEONARD and a professional tech development team of skilled individuals.
 

Conclusion.

A very large thank you to all those forward thinking free-minded individuals who contribute to even more freedom of the people at large.

REWARDS


$20.00

1 licence for life.
$40.00

2 licences for life.
$100.00

5 licences for life.
$200.00

10 licences for life.
$500.00

25 licences for life.
$1,000.00

50 licences for life.