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Making Smart cities smarter
Making Smart cities smarter
Introduction
Main feature of smart cities is to enable delivery of key
services based on real time demands /needs such as ...
Core Hurdles
• Capital intensive investment in technological
infrastructure.
• Lack of policy framework to enable next gen...
Facilitator- Smartphone
• India ranks 03rd among top countries for smartphone users with
an estimated 140 million subscrib...
Uses - Smartphone
• Emergency response related to police, disaster management and
medical services.
• Tracking development...
Solution -
Single platform to cover all needs for m-governance
• Largest technological resource available across is
mobile phone.
• Eyewatch platform leverages this resource
enabling ev...
Application captures
audio visual
information
Alert Activated
Control Centre
Application
captures
current
location
Applica...
Back End Support System (BESS) – Reference number is
generated for each individual which can be added to the actual
applic...
• Can replace 100 as an advanced
emergency response system.
• Identify suspects, known offenders and
outstanding warrants....
• Eyewatch application has been
launched by various State police
commissionerate, which include
the following:-
 State of...
• Mobile phone based easy to use data collection
and data transfer on Eyewatch platform.
• Real time information uploaded ...
• Daily remote visual supervision of alongwith
work progress photographs as routine
updates.
• Eyewatch based application ...
University Management System
• Attendance marking system.
• Emergency notification system.
• Student growth report and fee...
Making Smart cities smarter
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Eyewatch a versatile mobile platform for security and M-governance - Cdr (Retd.) Gautam Nanda

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Eyewatch a versatile mobile platform for security and M-governance - Cdr (Retd.) Gautam Nanda (Securing Asia 2015)

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Eyewatch a versatile mobile platform for security and M-governance - Cdr (Retd.) Gautam Nanda

  1. 1. Making Smart cities smarter Making Smart cities smarter
  2. 2. Introduction Main feature of smart cities is to enable delivery of key services based on real time demands /needs such as :- • Utility services like power, water and garbage collection. • Delivery of government schemes and developmental programs. • Safety and security. • Access to information such as real time traffic updates, transportation availability, various delivery services. • Medical and emergency management. • E/M-governance related activities.
  3. 3. Core Hurdles • Capital intensive investment in technological infrastructure. • Lack of policy framework to enable next generation technologies. • Need for unified and standardised protocols for technological implementation. • Lack of trained personnel to implement frameworks that will be designed in near future.
  4. 4. Facilitator- Smartphone • India ranks 03rd among top countries for smartphone users with an estimated 140 million subscribers, behind only China and USA. • According to study by networking solution giant CISCO, in India number of smartphones grew 55% during 2014, reaching 140 million users of smartphones and this is will grow by 4.7 times between 2014 and 2019, reaching 651 million users. • Another report by global research firm eMarketer indicates that, by 2016 India will have 204.1 million users and will overtake USA’s 198 million users to become the second largest market for smartphones.
  5. 5. Uses - Smartphone • Emergency response related to police, disaster management and medical services. • Tracking development and implementation of schemes and projects with centralised reporting. • Evidencing damage, flood and compensation claims. • Identification of suspects at large and known criminals. • Communication between government departments and users. • Grievance redressal and consumer complaints. • New age census with photographic proof and logging of personal details. • Augmenting CCTV networks with mobile camera based incident reporting.
  6. 6. Solution - Single platform to cover all needs for m-governance
  7. 7. • Largest technological resource available across is mobile phone. • Eyewatch platform leverages this resource enabling evidence along with data from grassroots level. • Eyewatch enables to conduct a census with photographic proof of entire family as well as their location. • Eyewatch brings in large amounts of accountability of those actually collecting information. • Inspectors, assessors, surveyors and other authorised representatives of government have Eyewatch enabled mobile phone which is customised for m-governance. M – Governance
  8. 8. Application captures audio visual information Alert Activated Control Centre Application captures current location Application sends all information captured to the Control Center with reference tag for Master database M – Governance
  9. 9. Back End Support System (BESS) – Reference number is generated for each individual which can be added to the actual application under relevant scheme. Reference number is a unique identifier which can be verified using facial recognition softwares. BESS will be able to do the following:- • Identify mismatch in photographs of a candidate. • Identify multiple uses of a photograph under different names. • Cross verify if a candidate is on a negative list or a known criminal. • Segregation of data as required by Centre/State goverments. • Intelligent routing and notification of mismatches. • Customised reports as required at different operational levels. M – Governance
  10. 10. • Can replace 100 as an advanced emergency response system. • Identify suspects, known offenders and outstanding warrants. • Can be used to log and catalogue investigations by Investigating Officers through a dedicated server. • Citizen tool to be eyes and ears of the police. • Beat Police route management tool. • Remote e-FIR registration system. Police Application
  11. 11. • Eyewatch application has been launched by various State police commissionerate, which include the following:-  State of Uttar Pradesh.  State of Goa.  Kolkata, West Bengal.  Gurgaon, Haryana.  Nashik, Maharashtra.  Amravati, Maharashtra.  Nagpur, Maharashtra.  Bagalkot, Karnataka. Police Application
  12. 12. • Mobile phone based easy to use data collection and data transfer on Eyewatch platform. • Real time information uploaded straight to dedicated server. • Information can be used as evidence. • Audio, video and location information is linked to master database (CCTNS for example). • Remote tracking of user can also be carried out. • Updating real time information is possible. • Control Centre based on Eyewatch platform can monitor remotely track multiple incidents. Intelligence Gathering
  13. 13. • Daily remote visual supervision of alongwith work progress photographs as routine updates. • Eyewatch based application can acquire video/photograph of site location along with GPS location on map. • Subsequent payments can be linked to actual progress of project. • Provides a tamper proof verification tool to track implementation and progress. • Solution for “Crowdsourcing” alert Citizens to assist administration in surveillance and auditing of civic services such as garbage collection, tampering of electrical wires, open manholes, etc. Monitoring Tool for Government
  14. 14. University Management System • Attendance marking system. • Emergency notification system. • Student growth report and feedback system. • Online complaint registration system. • Security personal management. • Night safety shuttle management. • Medical service management.
  15. 15. Making Smart cities smarter Making Smart cities smarterTHANK YOU

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