Kolkata Police, in their continuous endeavour to make the city safe and secured, had planned to implement an integrated CCTV surveillance system at various strategic locations in Kolkata. WBEIDC Ltd had played a pivotal role in installation of different types of CCTV Cameras including Face Recognition cameras, Automatic Number Plate Reader (ANPR), Outside Location Monitoring Cameras, People Counting Cameras etc. wherein multiple kilometres of Overhead cables have been laid for connectivity and subsequent viewing of the camera feeds at strategic locations. In addition, various types of cameras are also deployed and commissioned by WBEIDC Ltd for Kolkata Traffic Police to monitor any traffic violation across the city.More on Security and Surveillance
A Data Centre is a facility that provides shared access to applications and data using a complex network, computers, and storage infrastructure. WBEIDC Ltd has successfully commissioned a number of Data Centres within the state and outside West Bengal including WBPDCL and BSEB. WBEIDC Ltd has been entrusted with the project of setting up of Data Centre for Kolkata Police, where the entire feed would be viewed and stored for further course of action from their end.
The Aadhaar card serves as a proof of identity and address for Indian citizens as well as some foreign nationals residing in India. Aadhaar Generation involves process like quality check, packet validation, demographic and biometric de-duplication etc. Aadhaar is generated successfully only if: Quality of enrolment data meets prescribed standards laid down by UIDAI. The enrolment packet passes all the validations done in CIDR. WBEIDC Ltd has worked with UIDAI and NPR under Registrars - Department of Post, West Bengal & Delhi, BEL, Dena Bank & Eastern Railway for Aadhaar generation in 9 states i.e. West Bengal, Jharkhand, Haryana, Delhi, M.P., UP, Chattisgarh, Bihar & Uttarakhand and generated 44 Lakhs Aadhaar .
Indian Railways is presently relying on legacy Synchronous Digital Hierarchy (SDH) network to meet Railway backbone telecommunication requirements. However off late, lot of applications like E-Office, IPAS, MMIS, FOIS etc. along with real time applications like Charting, COIS, CCTV & IPIS etc. are being deployed to improve the system of working. All the above applications require huge bandwidth for real time operation and monitoring. The existing SDH setup is a traditional network which has the limitations such as requirement of dedicated circuits for each site, wide spread outages in case of failure of head end terminal, low bandwidth per site, poor scalability and costly etc.