Test version of I Triple C successful … Project starts in September

The Honeywell company gives a demo of the cameras installed in the city.
– Photo: Amar Ujala Office, Bareilly

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The Honeywell company team gave a demo by installing seven cameras around the city, with nine hundred cameras to be installed in 145 locations across the city
After the project has started, online challans will be withdrawn for violating traffic rules
The whole city is being monitored at the same time, hoping to control criminal incidents

Bareilly. The integrated control center (I Triple C) built into the substructure of the municipal utility under Smart City was tested with seven cameras on Friday. After the trial, officials claimed it was successful, saying the system would be operational by September with 900 cameras being installed in 145 squares and public places around the city. After the start of the I Triple C project of around 167 crores, Challan will be automatically deducted for violating traffic rules. With almost the entire city in sight, criminal activity is also expected to decrease.
The trial of I Triple C took place in the presence of several officials, including Commissioner R Kumar, SSP Rohit Singh Sajwan, Mayor Umesh Gautam, Smart City CEO Abhishek Anand. For the experiment, cameras were installed at seven intersections in the city, including Delapir, Didipuram, Brick Pajaya, Rajendranagar. During a demo on the large LED screen installed in the I Triple C, the Honeywell Company officials first showed the officials the traffic regulations. He kept the cameras on the traffic and told how traffic can be controlled by sitting in the control center and cutting through the vehicles’ challans. A demonstration was then also held to monitor the city’s main streets.
During the process, the officers asked and answered all of the questions to the Honeywell team, the company staff also told them many nuances of the Triple-C project. Abhishek Anand, CEO of Smart City, said the test of the I Triple C project was successful. The installation of all cameras in the city will be completed by September. After that, this project will start working.

Chief Minister can inaugurate the project

Prime Minister Yogi Adityanath recently emphasized at a virtual meeting that this project would start soon. After that, the officials are constantly busy getting the project started soon. Officials say the project will be completed by September. The Chief Minister can inaugurate the project.

Toll-free number that can be used to make calls from anywhere in the world

The officials and representatives of the public also made many suggestions about the I-Triple C project. Mayor Umesh Gautam said that in many large cities, water leaks are detected by the chip installed in the pipeline. As the project in Bareilly gets high tech, such work needs to be done in the sewers as well. Because of this, the roads do not have to be dug in vain. Commissioner R. Ramesh Kumar said the start of the project will be a big day for Bareilly. He suggested giving a toll-free number so that anyone from anywhere in the world who needs information about a property can call it and get that information. SSP Rohit Singh Sajwan said people in Bareilly would see significant changes in the streets after the work was completed in September. This will go a long way towards controlling traffic and e-challans can also be carried out without any problems.

The Honeywell company team gave a demo by installing seven cameras around the city, with nine hundred cameras to be installed in 145 locations across the city

After the project has started, online challans for violating traffic rules will be withdrawn

The whole city is being monitored at the same time, hoping to control criminal incidents

Bareilly. The integrated control center (I Triple C) built into the substructure of the municipal utility under Smart City was tested with seven cameras on Friday. After the trial, officials claimed it was successful, saying the system would be operational by September with 900 cameras being installed in 145 squares and public places around the city. After the start of the I Triple C project of around 167 crores, Challan will be automatically deducted for violating traffic rules. With almost the entire city in sight, criminal activity is also expected to decrease.

The trial of I Triple C took place in the presence of several officials, including Commissioner R Kumar, SSP Rohit Singh Sajwan, Mayor Umesh Gautam, Smart City CEO Abhishek Anand. For the experiment, cameras were installed at seven intersections in the city, including Delapir, Didipuram, Brick Pajaya, Rajendranagar. During a demo on the large LED screen installed in the I Triple C, the Honeywell Company officials first showed the officials the traffic regulations. He kept the cameras on the traffic and told how traffic can be controlled by sitting in the control center and cutting through the vehicles’ challans. A demonstration was then also held to monitor the city’s main streets.

During the process, the officers asked and answered all of the questions to the Honeywell team, the company staff also told them many nuances of the Triple-C project. Abhishek Anand, CEO of Smart City, said the test of the I Triple C project was successful. The installation of all cameras in the city will be completed by September. After that, this project will start working.

Chief Minister can inaugurate the project

Prime Minister Yogi Adityanath recently emphasized at a virtual meeting that this project would start soon. After that, the officials are constantly busy getting the project started soon. Officials say the project will be completed by September. The Chief Minister can inaugurate the project.

Toll-free number that can be used to make calls from anywhere in the world

The officials and representatives of the public also made many suggestions about the I-Triple C project. Mayor Umesh Gautam said that in many large cities, water leaks are detected by the chip installed in the pipeline. As the project in Bareilly gets high tech, such work needs to be done in the sewers as well. Because of this, the roads do not have to be dug in vain. Commissioner R. Ramesh Kumar said the start of the project will be a big day for Bareilly. He suggested giving a toll-free number so that anyone from anywhere in the world who needs information about a property can call it and get that information. SSP Rohit Singh Sajwan said people in Bareilly would see significant changes in the streets after the work was completed in September. This will go a long way towards controlling traffic and e-challans can also be carried out without any problems.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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