- Veröffentlicht: 18. Februar 2017
The Bhubaneswar Smart City would have a Master System Integrator soon to provide IT services for traffic, transit, parking, emergency, event and disaster response services on one platform.
The system, which can be integrated to a mobile app, would also facilitate watch and surveillance activities.
This was discussed at a high-level meeting held under chairmanship of Chief Secretary AP Padhi at the State Secretariat here on Friday. Chief Executive Officer of the Bhubaneswar Smart City Ltd (BSCL) Vineel Krishna presented the proposal and outlined the issues for discussion.
Considering various technical and administrative dimensions of the proposal, Padhi directed to officers to design required software and develop necessary infrastructure in consultation with the Commissionerate of Police and other service providing departments and agencies and make it compliant to their requirements.
It was decided to finalise the document and put it to bidding within two months.
Development Commissioner R Balakrishnan advised to customize the system to receive calls coming through different modes like normal phone call, whatsapp, e-mail and social media. BDA Vice-Chairman Kishan Kumar appraised that the system would have revenue generating facilities so as to make it self-sustaining.
The Master System Integrator would have one Pan city Intelligent City operation & Management System Center (ICOMC). It would have the service applications like e-chalan, grievance redressal and citizen interface. A citizen can ask for these services through call taker and track their availability though GIS enabled platform.
Under this system there would be one common call center to which a citizen can connect through various modes.
Presently, around 40 police vehicles, 33 PCR vans, 20 fire service trucks, 200 BPTSL buses, 200 ambulances both Government and private, 150 solid waste vehicles and 20 water tankers are operating within the city area for various services. All these will be integrated with the system. New e-governance services will also be integrated with it in various phases. Around 850 fixed cameras, 150 PTZ cameras and 200 emergency digital call kiosks will be set up throughout the Smart City for smart response.
The cost of the project has been estimated at Rs 350 crore and targeted to be completed in 24 months of the date of award of the work. Tender papers would be finalised in two months time.
Quelle/Source: The Daily Pioneer, 11.02.2017