Mirasys has deployed centralised monitoring cameras offering comprehensive 360-degree video coverage for crucial crossings, offices, and establishments across Ayodhya, Including the Main Gate of the Ram Mandir
Gurugram-based Mirasys (India), an AI-based video surveillance and analytics company, has deployed its AI video surveillance systems on more than 500 cameras across the premises and perimeter of Ram Mandir and other key points across Ayodhya, safeguarding all the entrance and exit points.
With centralised access, the cameras are equipped to provide complete 360-degree view videos of all critical crossings, offices, and establishments of the towns as well as the main gate of the Ram Mandir, the perimeter, the entry and exit points of the Ram Mandir, the company added in a statement.
The capability of this unified AI-enabled platform helps data feeds coming across the holy land of Ayodhya with multi-tiered encryption between the cameras and the integrated command center to multiple viewing stations across, nullifying any hostile attack and data tampering.
These surveillance devices further enable high-definition zoom-in, with utmost clarity, to identify even the smallest of objects and recognise faces correctly.
Arindam Das Sarkar, managing director of Mirasys (India) elaborated on how his company is leveraging technology to provide security ensuring data privacy, saying, “From hundreds of cameras all around and facial recognition system to crowd estimation and threshold alerts, queue management, hourly to daily devotee count, etc, the Pran Pratishtha also marks a smart transformation of Ayodhya in terms of security, with cutting-edge AI Video Analytics and surveillance tech.”
AI-based surveillance would equip the security personnel and authorities to notice even the smallest of disturbances for swift and timely action. Real-time analysis of any threats or security lapses will be monitored to ensure the smooth functioning of the event.
Serpentine queues for the coveted darshan are expected to continue in Ayodhya, and the AI-based system deployed at the temple would play a major role in the effective management of the same. For example, if an area is designated to accommodate only 1000 people, officials concerned would be informed if the threshold is crossed under any circumstances, thereby avoiding the possibility of a situation like a stampede. The data will be stored at a central location, which can be accessed by authorised personnel only, further ensuring that the data does not fall into the wrong hands.
Started in 2018 by Das Sarkar, the company stands out for its customer-centric approach, enabling customised solutions for specific client needs and ensuring a seamless and personalised experience, the statement further added.