Rs 1,260-crore mega hi-tech project to make Delhi safer

23rd July 2013 | By Mouseworld Now Correspondent |

Rs-1260-crore-mega-hi-tech-project-to-make-Delhi-saferNew Delhi, India, July 23, 2013: The Union home ministry has come up with a Rs 1,260-crore mega project which is all set improve the security scene in Delhi. Using latest IT tools and monitoring devices in public places, the hi-tech plan aims to empower policemen with much needed information on criminal activities.

Called the Safe City Project, the proposed high-tech plan would use video analytics, facial scanning and much more. It is expected to empower police personnel to do a background check on suspicious persons or vehicles in the city. The system will also help detect explosives and night-time speed violations, alert perimeter intrusion, read biometrics, analyze prisoner movement and help in digital crime mapping.

To be funded by the home ministry as part of the mega city policing plan,  the first steps of implementation have already been taken by the city police. PricewaterhouseCoopers is acting as consultant on various technology plans for a Rs 6-crore fee. The World Bank, is reported to pump in Rs 40 crore. PWC will prepare detailed project reports and requests for proposals, bring in implementation agencies and oversee the implementation, review and improvement of new systems.

To ensure effective policing, the plan has been conceptualized. The most important parts of the system are its Integrated Intelligent Surveillance Systems (IISS), the Automated Traffic Management Systems (ATMS), and the capacity building and upgrading intiatives. The IISS  will need officers to use hand-held personal digital assistant devices. These provide online access, help police to check whether vehicles under inspection is stolen or driven by somebody with a past history of crime.

Currently, 26 markets and five border points in the city has CCTV installations. Ongoing work will push the number of surveillance cameras to 5,333.

Safe City Project will add another 6,625 cameras at 479 locations. The traffic police are expected to install 5,000 CCTV cameras at important intersections, allowing a brigade of  16,928 CCTV cameras in total to secure every nook and corner of the city.

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