The government in the state of New South Wales is using the cameras, which are connected to a system that employs artificial intelligence to flag photos of auto occupants who appear to be using a phone or mobile device.
"There is strong community support for more enforcement, with 80% of people surveyed supporting the use of detection cameras to stop illegal mobile phone use", Carlon said in the release.
The cameras will operate day and night, as well as in any weather conditions, using artificial intelligence to monitor for drivers handling mobile phones.
During the test, almost 8.5 million cars were examined and nearly 100,000 drivers were caught using their phones illegally. When the camera detects a driver is using the phone, it will snap a picture which will then be verified by authorized personnel.
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Following the three-month warning period, drivers caught by the cameras will receive penalty points and a A$344 (£180) fine, or a A$457 fine in a school zone.
The New South Wales's Centre for Road Safety stated that a trial application of the AI cameras captured more than 100,000 drivers guilty of illegal phone use.
"The NSW Government is serious about reducing our state's road toll and rolling out mobile phone detection cameras is another way we will do this", Constance said in a statement.
Making and receiving phone calls while driving is legal in New South Wales, but only by using hands-free technology. NSW officials hope to cut the number of road fatalities by 30% by 2021, the report said. Other functions, including using social media, video calling, photography, playing audio while driving are only legal if a driver has parked their vehicle outside of traffic.