50 researchers from across India review work of integrated command and control centre
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50 researchers from across India review work of integrated command and control centre

CHANDIGARH: Around 50 research scholars from different parts of the country visited Chandigarh to attend ‘Workshop on public policy on crossroads: Changes and challenges’, witnessed the working of integrated command and control centre (ICCC), Sector 17.

A demonstration on live functioning of ICCC-enabled citizen-centric services like management of traffic, solid waste management, public bike sharing, intelligent traffic management system, adaptive traffic control system, e-governance and smart lighting on the video wall in ICCC was given by ICT expert of Chandigarh Smart City Limited. The concept of ICCC, which aimed at enhancing safety and security of citizens by bringing all departments on single platform and converting aggregated data to actionable intelligence was also shared with them.

“ICCC is monitoring the smart field elements like CCTV surveillance cameras wherein cameras are installed for real time surveillance of traffic junctions and other important buildings of Chandigarh like parks, government hospitals, community centres, parking locations and schools. This system is using artificial intelligence-based advanced video analytics and generating automatic event alerts. CCTV surveillance cameras have reduced the incidents like vehicle theft, irresponsible driving, loitering, illegal parking trespassing.”, said Anindita Mitra, chief executive officer of the Chandigarh Smart City Limited.

Parking management system of Chandigarh shall be integrated with ICCC for data analytics and service monitoring.

Source : The Times Of India