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Dated : 8th December 2008
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It takes care of the total security of the subscriber by adopting state of ait technology brought to the public of twin cities
It is a emergency response communication system which communicates emergency data to the concerned organization within two minutes Just with the press of a button
Four types of emergencies have been defined in the system initially i.e. Burglary, Intrusion, Fire and medical emergency.
It deploys GSM, GPRS, GPS and Advanced Vehicle Tracking System(AVTS) at Police Control Room
In case of emergency AVTS informs the Police officers of the nearest Rakshak vehicle and its path to the location on a digital map Which can be viewed on a large screen in the control room
It also includes high quality recording throughout day and night which helps in investigating crime and help the Police convict the offender
It is a cost effective security solution for general people
It works as an effective target hardener
It has introduced first time in India in Hyderabad for general safety of the people
It also equips the Police department with latest technology which can be used in the time of any emergency
Deployment of the system will reduce the crime rate in twin cities
M/s Gmantis solutions Pvt. Ltd. Is our software technology partner
Commissioner of Police Hyderabad City.
Press button, call police
Hyderabad Dec. 8: The city on Monday became the first in the country to introduce an emergency security cover that comes at a cost. Under Omnipolis, launc-hed at the police commissioner’s office on Monday, a subscriber’s call for help is transferred to the personnel concerned within two minutes. All that a subscriber has to do is press a button to alert the police to any crime. The system is integrated with a burglar alarm and a break-in is notified even when the residents are not at home. The system, located at the Police Control Room, uses GSM, GPRS, GPS and advanced vehicle tracking system. The system enables video recording of the crime, 30-day video data availability, multiple alarm system and remote internet viewing.
“We have started Omni-polis for four emergencies: burglary, intrusion, fire and medical emergency,” said Mr Rohit Jain, the managing director of Dee Cee Security Systems, which has designed the security module for the police. “It has the latest technology to deal with emergency situations,” said the police commissioner, Mr B. Prasada Rao. He said the progress of the response to an emergency call can be tracked on a digital map in the control room. “It creates a digital hotline between the police and the subscriber through wireless,” he said.
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