The prototype model provides a virtual wall traffic light signal. The virtual wall includes laser devices which makes up a rad colored virtual wall just before the zebra crossing on the road. The laser devices are arranged on a bar joining the poles on the two sides of the road. This model, majorly designed for use in Indian subcontinent also includes a simple conventional timer for red light on top of the left pole and an alarm to keep a check on any vehicle which crosses the red light. Each traffic system would incorporate a GPS which would determine the place where the vehicle skipped a red light. The location would be updated on a server monitored by the traffic police of that area.
The virtual wall in the prototype model is novel in design and full in humanization, can separate pedestrians from vehicles, and provides more eye-catching reminding or warning to the pedestrians and drivers, thereby enabling people to pay more attention to traffic marks ahead, and reducing probability of occurrence of traffic accidents. To keep a check on this, the system to book vehicles for a challan has been made automatic in this model, which involves the use of RFID reader to scan the RFID tags on vehicles and debit the amount of challan for skipping a red light directly from their account.