Mumbai: Using Nirbhaya fund, more CCTVs on Central Railway - cost of central locking system

by:Kingcobra     2020-03-29
Mumbai: Using Nirbhaya fund, more CCTVs on Central Railway  -  cost of central locking system
In December 2018, the central government said that the project to install CCTV on 8,244 railway stations and 58,276 buses nationwide had been approved at a cost of Rs 3,771.
CR's security system has just been hit hard as authorities have decided to install another 2,425 cctv units in the suburbs of Mumbai to monitor 45 lakh commuters on the network.
Senior CR officials said the cctv would cover 74 suburban stations on major and seaport lines.
"In total, about 18 cctv stations will receive more than 40 units.
We are sourcing and installing them under the Nirbhaya Fund, "said CR officials.
Some of the stations planned to play cctv include Panvel, Kasara, Byculla, Sandhurst Road, Parel, Mulund, Diva, Jui Nagar, Belapur and dom
According to the proposal, three different types of cctv are currently being purchased-
The biggest is 1,525 of the "fixed box" variety.
The remainder will be split between the other two types.
Sources say they are also replacing outdated cctv with blurry images they have taken.
Now the planned cctv will be in HD, similar to the current 2,000-
Strange has been installed at different stations.
However, it will have better recording facilities
For review by railway officials.
These cctv will also have video analytics to identify discarded bags and alert them in case of suspicious movement.
At present, the railway police claim that some of cctv's functions have caused constant beeps, which has caused them a headache.
In December 2018, the central government said that the project to install CCTV on 8,244 railway stations and 58,276 buses nationwide had been approved at a cost of Rs 3,771.
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