JSCL holds a meeting with stakeholders


JSCL holds a meeting with stakeholders

Jammu prepares for ‘Integrated Command and Control Center’

posted on August 24, 2022 | Author RK News

Jammu, August 23: The Jammu Smart City Limited (JSCL) is ready to establish an Integrated Command and Control Center (ICCC) to bring together all the different government departments from multiple departments in one platform as well as handle all civic matters.

The unique platform to monitor and address public issues in real time is being created under the Smart City mission of the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs (MoUHA).

The ICCC will help fine-tune automobile traffic regulations as well as improvise municipal services, including waste management, sewage issues, and many more.

The project will also offer smart governance solutions and a rapid public grievance system.

In this regard, JSCL held discussions with stakeholders including students, prominent citizens, senior government. Officials and others.

To sensitize stakeholders about the project, Sh. JP Singh JKAS, explained the facilities available in the Integrated Command and Control Center (ICCC) and its benefits through a PowerPoint presentation.

He further informed that the project also includes an Intelligent Traffic Management System (ITMS).

“The ITMS will enable 24/7 real-time detection of traffic violations in the city. It will include the red light violation detection system, seat belt missing detection, helmet missing detection, driving in the wrong lane, etc. he said.

He added that VMDs have been installed throughout the city and will be integrated and managed by ICCC for effective public communication on various aspects including traffic, environment, etc.

He further informed that relevant departments are being considered for the efficient and coordinated implementation of the project and that the ICCC will allow relevant authorities to resolve public issues in the next few minutes to ensure normalcy at the earliest.

After clarifying the doubts of the participants, the officials also recorded the suggestions they made to make the system more efficient.


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