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'Third eye' to identify criminals at railway station

Wednesday - September 18, 2019 12:03 pm , Category : WTN SPECIAL
Face Recognition System to catch criminals
Face Recognition System to catch criminals

Now criminals couldn't run away from the trains, Artificial intelligence to identify then on the platform

SEP 18 (WTN) - In a country with a large area and huge population like India, it is very easy for any criminal to escape and hide. After committing the crime, the criminals flee from the scene to the place; they mostly use the trains to go from one place to another, because with the help of the train, the criminals move away from the scene in a short time.

The police have to face a lot of trouble in catching the culprit after he escapes. Many times the police have been able to catch criminals from any other district, division or state after years. In such a situation, it is necessary that criminals and suspects are apprehended before fleeing. It is easier to identify and apprehend suspects and criminals in less crowded places such as bus stands, but it is quite difficult to identify such people at high crowded places like railway stations.

But due to modern technology, criminals will no longer be able to escape from the police from the railway stations. Indeed, it will now become easier to identify suspects and criminals at railway stations. This is why, because the Railway Protection Force (RPF) has developed a Face Recognition Software equipped with Artificial intelligence (AI). With the help of this software, the suspects and criminals will be easily identified at the railway stations.

For your information, let us know that with the help of this software, biometric data and facial recognition of the suspect or criminal will be put in the system. After this, as soon as the suspect or criminal arrives at the railway station and the camera range falls on it, with the help of Artificial intelligence (AI), the person will be instantly identified with the Face Recognition System. And as soon as the camera identifies the suspect or the culprit, it will immediately report to the RPF control room, after which the RPF will be able to arrest immediately.

RPF has introduced the Face Recognition System from Bengaluru Railway Station to raid the criminals at the railway station itself. According to the information, soon this new system will be installed at 100 major railway stations like Mumbai, Kolkata, Delhi and Patna. Railways claim that with the help of this software, it will be easy to catch criminals, and they will not be able to run from one station to another through the train.

For your information, let us know that the Face Recognition System will be installed at the Bengaluru railway station right now under the pilot project. RPF is also opening a cyber cell in Bengaluru to integrate data generated by Artificial intelligence (AI) systems and can be analyzed immediately with the help of police. That is, as soon as the criminal comes to the station, with the help of the camera, he will be identified.

Clearly, if the offender falls in the camera range after coming to the railway stations using such a system, then he will be identified immediately. After successful use of this technology at the Bengaluru railway station, it will also be installed at other railway stations in the country. It can be said that both RPF and police will be able to catch criminals using this technique.