In Russia, they thought about installing “smart” cameras in cities. Photo: Pixabay
Russia is planning to create a unified video surveillance system that would unify the city’s cameras. It is planned to spend 250 billion rubles (93 357 179 725 UAH – Ed.)
. is informed by “Komersant”.
The information system “National Video Surveillance Platform” will become a single circuit for analyzing video from all city cameras in the country. The idea of its construction is being discussed in the government.
It is planned to spend 250 billion rubles for the development of the platform and the installation of “smart” cameras in five years.
The company “National Technologies”, which is related to “Rostelecom” and “Rostec”, is considered a contractor.
Recall that at the beginning of the year, CCTV cameras began to be installed in Ukrainian electric trains, which would allow the driver to control the situation in the trains.
We also wrote that In Kiev, cameras started taking pictures of wrongly parked cars… This project is being implemented jointly with Municipality Parking System Company. To implement this, technical equipment was installed – 8 devices for taking photographs of the facts of violations of the rules of stopping, parking and parking, 6 payment terminals – 3 cameras each, and 12 sensor sensors built into the parking spaces went
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