In Ayodhya during the inauguration ceremony of the Ram Mandir, the government has collaborated with various technology firms to bolster the city’s security. One of these firms is Staqu Technologies, an Artificial Intelligence startup based in Gurgaon. Staqu will deploy its AI-driven audio-video analytics software, Jarvis, to augment the capabilities of the existing surveillance cameras in Ayodhya.
Jarvis is specifically designed to analyze real-time video footage, detecting suspicious activities and potential threats, and promptly notifying the authorities. This is particularly crucial due to the large number of devotees expected to visit the city on the inauguration day.
Staqu has partnered with the UP Police to access a database containing information on over 800,000 criminals. This collaboration allows Jarvis to identify suspicious individuals or known criminals with an impressive accuracy rate of 99.7 percent. The software can even conduct real-time searches for a person of interest using their photograph on live cameras.
The company has revealed that cameras equipped with advanced Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) capabilities can tap into the government’s vehicle registration database, including the stolen vehicle records. This facilitates the real-time identification of vehicles with fake number plates. Moreover, it can identify individuals in a crowd based on specific attributes like clothing, color, accessories, or the presence of accompanying children.
Jarvis has been strategically installed at popular locations in Ayodhya, including Kanak Bhawan, Hanuman Garhi, Shri Nageshwar Nath Mandir, Ram Ki Paidi, and Ram Janmabhoomi.
In addition to Staqu’s efforts, the UP Police has deployed anti-mine drones in Ayodhya. These AI-powered drones, equipped with advanced sensors and detection technology, can scan the ground for hidden landmines or explosive devices, ensuring the safety of the millions of devotees expected to visit the holy city.
As per an official statement from the UP Police, these drones are equipped with a plate that aids in spectrometer wavelength detection, enabling them to scan areas underground. This capability allows for the detection and neutralization of mines or explosives over large areas.
Jarvis, an audio and video analytics software, has revolutionized the perception of security cameras. It transforms lengthy CCTV video footage into meaningful, actionable information. Powered by Artificial Intelligence, computer vision, deep learning, patented technologies, and unique capabilities, Jarvis has established Staqu Technologies as a leading provider of intelligent video technology solutions.