New Command Control and Data Centre will commence at Cyberabad commissionerate

The new facility will help the police in viewing 5,000 cameras at a time on a gigantic screen at the command control centre.

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  11 Nov 2020 8:58 AM GMT
New Command Control and Data Centre will commence at Cyberabad commissionerate

Hyderabad: The Telangana state police gets its first ever integrated Public Safety Centre at Gachibowli that monitors 15000 CCTVs simultaneously at a time

Established at the Cyberabad Commissionerate office in Gachibowli, the centreis spreads across two floors. The ground floor has operations with video walls for real-time monitoring, emergency response systems for dial 100 and Hawk-Eye App and the first floor is a 'War room' and Data Centre.

'The new facility is developed using distributive technologies such as Scalable Video Platform, Big-Data Driven Insights & Scalable Data Lake, Computer Vision & Facial Recognition, IoT Integration & Data Correlation, Machine Learning—Recommendation Engine, Geo-spatial Analytics and Cyber Security.




The cameras installed in different parts of the state can also be linked to the centre apart from viewing CCTV installed in colonies as part of Nenu Saitham initiative.




L&T has installed around 10,000 high-end cameras across the three commissionerate in the city to enable the police to examine and trace routes used by the suspects to escape after the crime. "As surveillance cameras are playing a key role in crime detection, it will help to resolve crime fast," said police.



Speaking on the occasion Minister K. T Rama Rao said, " I was a student when I came to Hyderabad, like any other at the age of 13, I was eager to know about school holidays following disturbance by anti-social elements, communal violence and subsequent curfew. But that such a situation no longer can be imagined, thanks to the Police department".

He further added, "A survey revealed that Hyderabad has 65% of CCTVs set up in the country. Monitoring serves as a deterrent for offenders. In fact, the CM has mandated for 10 lakh cameras. I am sure, police are on the job" the minister added.

The minister also suggested to Director General of Police to explore usage of drones in policing. "It is good to note that the crime rate is coming down. But cybercrimes are on the rise. Offenders are choosing internet' he said. KT Rama Rao asked DGP and all police leadership to train Police as Cyber Warriors.



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