Indore: Two roads in Indore city of Madhya Pradesh will be Annapurna (2.8 km) from Mhow Naka and Mhow Naka to Futi Kothi Road (2.1 km) will become the first Eagle Eye Road in the state. Like Singapore, it will be monitored by more than 150 cameras 24 hours a day. There will be cameras on both sides of the road every 100 meters. Number plate cameras will be installed at 16 turns and 5 intersections of roads. These cameras also recover 3 months old data.
Each activity will appear in the police control room:-
They will be able to watch every activity of these roads from the police control room after all the cameras are connected. If a criminal or vehicle is running away from Mhow Naka, will immediately be able to see where it has turned or stopped instead.
48 crore cameras are out of order due to lack of maintenance:-
According to ASP Prashant Choubey, 2640 cameras of 503 persons' house-shop have been connected to the control room so far. On the other hand, many cameras installed at intersections at a cost of Rs 48 crore have been switched off for a long time due to lack of maintenance.
Crimes to be controlled:-
At the same time, the installation of these cameras will prevent crime to a great extent and there is good news for all Indories.