No suspect will escape from the sight of FRS, Delhi is covered with new technologies before the 75th Republic Day celebrations. - Newztezz Online

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No suspect will escape from the sight of FRS, Delhi is covered with new technologies before the 75th Republic Day celebrations.


This technology is quite special in itself due to which FRS i.e. Face Recognition System CCTV cameras have been installed. These cameras are attached to a server which contains photographs of thousands of suspects, terrorists and criminals. If the CCTV camera scans the face of a person whose face matches that of a suspect or criminal, then that face will be marked red on the laptop.

The country is going to celebrate its 75th Republic Day on 26th January for which preparations are going on. Delhi has been made a cantonment. Arrangements have been made from ground to sky for security on 26th January. For security, there will be a guard of army, police and paramilitary forces, this guard will be in four layers. Delhi Police has made extensive use of technology for security.

This technology is quite special in itself due to which FRS i.e. Face Recognition System CCTV cameras have been installed. These cameras are attached to a server which contains photographs of thousands of suspects, terrorists and criminals. Anyone who will go to the ceremony as a spectator will have to stand in front of the camera. The camera will scan the viewer's face. If the face matches with any face included in the records then he will be caught and interrogated otherwise he will be allowed to go.

Delhi is full of new technologies

This time, high definition CCTV cameras have been installed at many points on the parade to be held in Lutyens Zone. These cameras are equipped with FRS technology, which have data feed of thousands of terrorists and criminals. Through these cameras, monitoring is being done from the control rooms set up at different places in the Lutyens Zone. Whoever comes to the venue cannot escape the attention of high definition cameras. If the CCTV camera scans the face of a person whose face matches that of a suspect or criminal, then that face will be marked red on the laptop. After which an alarm will be sounded from the control room and information will be given to the security personnel deployed at that point. Apart from this, more than 400 CCTV cameras have been installed on the duty path and more than 1000 cameras have been installed on the entire route.

The entire parade route was divided into 28 zones.

The entire parade route from Vijay Chowk to Red Fort has been divided into 28 zones, and the responsibility of each zone has been handed over to a DCP level officer. 8000 Delhi Police personnel have been deployed on the entire parade route. Complete arrangements have also been made to avoid any kind of air attack on Republic Day. In such a situation, 10 cameras have been installed along with guns equipped with anti-aircraft technology deployed on tall buildings of Lutyens Zone, because no aircraft is allowed to fly in the sky above Lutyens Zone around January 26, hence any such The activity is monitored through these cameras.

Delhi Police is getting alerts

Snipers or shooter commandos will be deployed on the tall buildings of New Delhi from night, whose number will be around 100. The outermost layer of security for the parade in Lutyens Zone will include approximately 14,000 Delhi Police personnel, which includes Delhi Police station staff, additional companies, Quick Response Team vehicles, SWAT commando vehicles, bomb detection team, and traffic police personnel. Will be. Let us tell you that during the Republic Day Parade, Delhi Police is receiving various types of alerts from the central agencies. In such a situation, special arrangements have been made in this time's parade.

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