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Russia helped create a surveillance system for one of the Indian stations

17.10.2021 80 просмотров

India has launched an advanced video surveillance system at the station in the city of Surat, which integrates the facial recognition algorithm of the Russian company NtechLab. Darshana Jardosh, Minister of State for Railways and Textiles of India, said on Friday that the system is aimed at strengthening security.

“This state-of-the-art video surveillance system with high-quality cameras will increase the safety and security of passengers in the premises of the Surat station,” the State Minister wrote on her Twitter page. , is planned to be used to manage passenger traffic, count passengers, and to search for criminals. It can also be used to search for missing people.

Indian Railways began implementing a Russian facial recognition system from NtechLab in August. At the first stage, the project is being implemented at 30 railway stations in the section between the western Indian states of Gujarat and Maharashtra, including in the metropolis of Mumbai. NtechLab hopes that in the future this surveillance system will be extended to the entire railway network of India.

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