Haryana govt sanction Rs 25Cr for CCTV Cameras in Gurgaon

Haryana govt sanction Rs 25Cr for CCTV Cameras in Gurgaon

The Haryana government has sanctioned Rs 25Cr for installation of CCTV cameras in Gurgaon. Under the project, ANPR cameras, Red Light Violation Detectors (RLVD) cameras and Speed Violation Detection systems would be installed at high-priority junctions. Similarly, Ultra High Definition cameras will be installed at sensitive areas and ANPR and fixed-box cameras will be installed at entry and exit points. General surveillance cameras would be installed at underpasses.

The LED screens would be installed at the police headquarters and Integrated Command and Control Centre (ICCC). The LED screens would also be installed at selected police stations which would act as local monitoring centres.

As many as 61 CCTV cameras were installed and commissioned on January 2018 under the pilot project undertaken by the Municipal Corporation, Gurgaon. Fifteen locations were covered under this project, and 44 fixed cameras, 12 PanTiltZoom cameras, and five Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) cameras, were installed and connected to a common control centre at the police headquarters.

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