Indian railway security system updated by Mirasys

Indian railway security system updated by Mirasys
When thinking of updating gradually the security systems in different Zones the biggest concern of Indian Railway was the platform security. They wanted to have measures to tighten security, improve the crowd management, apply central monitoring and identify persons and activities. They needed to have an integrated security and surveillance system in every zone and an intelligent system.
An independent body RDSO (Research, Design & Standards Organization) acts as the Product Approving Authority.
 
In addition to the RDSO Technical Specification Mumbai’s Central Railway Station set more demands for the project because of the Heritage station building.
 
Mirasys’ local partner Tata Nelco (part of USD 100 bn Tata Group) and Mirasys have a close co-operation in India. ”As Mirasys team has showed dedicated field support and readiness to customize solution for Tata Nelco’s customers already when delivering video management solutions to Southern, South Central, North Western and Central Railway Zones, we want to continue to work with Mirasys in large scale command and control solutions,” says Nelco’s top management.
 
So far Mirasys Solution is in four major Zones out of 8 which Indian Railway have procured until now. On Pan-India level Mirasys has helped to procure 29 main junction stations out of 75. Over 4000 VMS and 1400 VCA channels are in use now and the number is increasing. RPF and railway authority use Mirasys system for day to day monitoring. The solution includes also centralized Command and Control Rooms for monitoring and running the operations. The use of advanced analytics helps to reduce criminal incidents. Mirasys automated intelligent solution has acted as a deterrent and has already proved to be useful for the railway authorities.


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