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A G+4 ICCC building on the Patna SSP office premises near Gandhi Maidan has been constructed with an estimated cost of Rs 15 crore. L&T will provide the technical support to enhance the safety and security, improve efficiency of municipal services and promote better quality of life for the residents.

The first of its kind integrated command and control center (ICCC) will be ready in the state capital of Bihar within 15 months to provide an IT-based monitoring system, bringing a host of smart services in traffic management, health, water, security and disaster management among others in the Patna Municipal Corporation (PMC) and neighbouring areas.

The Patna municipal commissioner-cum-managing director of Patna Smart City Limited (PSCL), Himanshu Sharma, and senior officials of Larsen & Toubro Limited, the agency selected for the project, signed an agreement on Monday to expedite the work.

A G+4 ICCC building on the Patna SSP office premises near Gandhi Maidan has been constructed with an estimated cost of Rs15 crore. The L&T will provide the technical support to enhance the safety and security, improve efficiency of municipal services and promote better quality of life for the residents.

Sharma said closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras will be installed at 2,750 locations for surveillance and security of the city. “The feed received from these cameras will be decoded through video analytics. These cameras are also capable of identifying a particular person on the basis of gesture, which will make it easier to identify missing people and wanted criminals. All the police stations and railway stations of Patna will be connected to the ICCC building. In future, the number of cameras will be increased as per the requirement,” he said.

Emergency call boxes and public address systems will be arranged at 50 locations under the project. In any emergency situation, including disaster, crime and accident, common citizens can directly inform the administration through the call box. Messages will be disseminated to the common citizens by the administration from time to time through the public address system.

“The IT services will help monitor the traffic system digitally, including number plate identification, red light and speed limit violations, riding two-wheelers without helmet and triple loading. People who violate the traffic rules will be issued challan automatically,” Sharma said.

“For uninterrupted smart services and solutions, a ring of optical fibre network will be laid over an area of 220km in the city. It will act as the backbone for various modes of communication,” he added.

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Quelle/Source: ET Government, 16.11.2021

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