Amravati, June 16: In order to keep a check on security, traffic control, cleanliness of the surroundings Andhra Pradesh set to install cloud-based IP CCTV surveillance system all around. This project would cost around 969 Crore Rupees.
On Thursday, the Cabinet headed by the Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu approved for Fiber Net Ltd., the project which will set up a cloud-based IP CCTV surveillance system. Under the initiative, the government of Andhra Pradesh will set up a surveillance cloud with the technical support of Statewide Fiber Optic Network Infra’s Network Operations Centre for security, traffic control, real-time monitoring, cleanliness of the surroundings and other purposes.
While briefing the media, Minister for Agriculture Somireddy Chandramohan Reddy said that the Cabinet has also decided to bring in new liquor policy in the next couple of days. He further informed that primary schools in the State will receive a facelift with the cabinet’s decision to set apart Rs 4,139 Crore for providing toilets, drinking water, electricity, furniture, and construction of compound walls.
Meanwhile, the fiber cable with an extent of around 23,000 km has been laid across using electric poles. It has also been decided to procure another 14,770 surveillance cameras to the existing 5169 cameras to establish Statewide Surveillance Platform. Two data centres would come up in Visakhapatnam and Amaravati.