Closing the gaps in terror vigilance: Smarter surveillance with AI and analytics

Local governments and city authorities are increasingly looking for innovative ways to use technology and big data in a bid to make cities smarter. Crime, climate change, increasing pressure on traffic systems and demographic shifts are just some of the factors that combine to pose huge challenges for fast growing cities.

And the problems are only going to get bigger: Forecasts see a 12 percent increase in city populations by 2050, with two thirds of the global population predicted to live in cities by 2050. Apart from these factors, what hinders the effort to develop safer cities is the increasing border tension.

Infiltration has always been a major concern in India, where illegal immigrants trespass the near-border areas like Assam,  Read More

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