With so many unsavory events happening for the past decade in India, need for ‘safer cities’ has risen. In 2012 alone, there were 15,109 road mishaps in Uttar Pradesh. According to highway traffic police, the main culprit is over-speeding, followed by dangerous lane cutting and overtaking. To put a check on this, the recent decision to set up CCTV cameras on Noida-Greater Noida Expressway is just a step forward in this direction. Similar to what have been already installed on the Yamuna Expressway, the cameras would be operational by December this year. There has been an increased focus on intelligent traffic management system (ITMS) and CCTV cameras form an integral part of this system and of smart cities as well.
In the last few years, role of CCTV camera in crime detection has grown manifolds. As per a study by PWC, the CCTV market, which comprises a major portion of the total security and surveillance market in India, is growing by a compounded annual growth rate of 30%.
• The network of cameras collects data in the form of images or videos that are required to detect risks and share the same with the Central Command Center which then responds to the emergency situation.
• Network cameras and PC servers are now used for video recording in a fully digitized system.
Wave City Center in Noida Sector 25A and 32 is India’s first smart township that provides hi-tech supervision of security and maintenance. So you can leave to your work without worrying about the security of your kids and loved ones.