Making it easier for the traffic police to manage the traffic at all important junctions, a traffic management system was on display at the CII- Northern-2014, which is showcasing various security equipment and technologies from five states at CII N R Headquarters in Sector 31 A.
Comprised of specialized cameras, and wired networks, the system can be installed at any of the light points. It is developed by
Steria, a multinational IT level company based in France, which has offices in Noida, Pune and Chennai.
“The system is built in such a way, that on the basis of the images captured through the CCTV cameras, it will generate data, which will be sent to the Police Control Rooms,” said Anurag Jain, senior manager, Steria India. “If a vehicle is found over-speeding, a message will be sent to the Control room, giving details of the vehicle number, and the speed. Similar is the case for any vehicle which violates red lights,” he said. An alarm can also be generated in case of traffic violations. The system allows the message to be sent to the PCR vehicles, which have a GPS system installed in them.
While, the system is already operational in other countries, it has not been introduced in India so far, said Jain. “The company recently completed 20 years in India. The traffic management system will also be soon introduced in Maharashtra,” he added.
Mobile jammers and spy cameras on high demand
High definition CCTV cameras, mobile jammers and spy cameras were the most sought after products on day two of CII Secure North-2014, which is showcasing various security equipment and technologies from across five states.
Ranging from exclusive spy cameras by Maczone, pen, table clock, button and watch cameras various types of CCTV cameras were on display. “There is a lot of demand for mirror cameras, mobile jammers and signal boosters,” said Ashish Chaudhary from Marshal Electronics.
There were security equipment for home appliances, by Godrej Security Solutions, which included a special range of safes, with unique six-digit coding system making it impossible for thieves to access. The products are priced at around Rs 30,000. Another company, Sparsh Securitech offered customised cameras, which can be made as per the requirements of the people. Apart from that, there were cameras by Abrol Enterprises, a manufacturer from Chandigarh which had high tech surveillance solutions with Video Analytics. These analytic can send an alert in seconds on any configured activity through internet or SMS to your mobile.
Other products on display for residential and industrial security and fire safety included, Hi tech CCTVs and DVRs, electronic sirens, theft sensors, fire alarms, smoke detectors, fire fighting bikes and systems, portable emergency lighting systems, public warning systems and Hi-Tech building management solutions.