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Nagpur: The city police's vehicle fleet is set to include 10 mobile camera vans which would be utilized for better management of mob and also serve as a surveillance vehicle. The modernization of city police is expected to reach a higher standard in the Smart City policing project with various sophisticated vehicles, gadgets and other infrastructure plans.
The mobile camera van is set to compliment the Drone-mounted cameras, highlighted in TOI in November 9 edition, which too would be procured as a part of the smart city police project. While the drone cameras are set to relay aerial footages of the mob, the mobile camera vans are expected to perform similar task at the ground level.
The various facets of Smart City policing, including mobile camera van, was highlighted in a presentation by senior PI Ashok Bagul, appointed as nodal officer, at police gymkhana on Tuesday during a crime meeting.
Its learnt that the mobile camera van would be equipped with sophisticated 20X zoom PTZ (pan, tilt and zoom) camera. The vehicle would be also equipped with a public addressing system and video recording facilities. The well-equipped cameras, mounted on the vans, will also have night vision and infrared facilities.
"The cameras of the mobile vans shall capture distant images including faces of the suspects," said a senior officer. The feedback of the mobile camera vans would be relayed to the control room in a giant screen for close observation.
The Smart City police project would also have provisions of installing thermal cameras at sensitive locations and vital installations. "The facilities would start trickle in within next six months," said the senior officer.
SOURCE: The Times of India
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