The territory of Uttar Pradesh has been deliberated with the renowned FICCI Smart Policing Award 2019, at the yearly meeting on country security that was held at FICCI in New Delhi. The yearly meeting that saw the support from senior authorities from the Government of India, Central Armed Police Forces (CAPFs), and different State Police Forces (SPFs) recognized the creativity and far-sightedness of the savvy policing arrangements received by Uttar Pradesh.
The AI-fueled TRINETRA App won the honor in the classification of ‘Observation and Monitoring’ which got 196 sections generally speaking. The UP Police Department had propelled TRINETRA as an AI versatile application that digitizes criminal and missing individuals’ records. The application was propelled by the executive general of police, Om Prakash Singh.
Created by Staqu Technologies, a Gurgaon-based AI examine startup supported by Indian Angel Network, TRINETRA, conveys the biggest non-monotonous and non-questionable criminal information and helps the police powers to recover the data continuously while adding to the savvy policing through geo-fencing, hotspot, and GAIT examination.
With only three months of its dispatch (from January to March 2019), the application helped police powers to unravel 56 cases and capture 76 lawbreakers chargeable in the wrongdoing. In one unique case, there was no photo of CCTV film accessible for the crook.
Enabling the teams at Ground Zero, TRINETRA enables cops to recognize crooks through pictures, facial outputs, fingerprints, past FIRs, voice tests, association with a pack and so on. With AI-controlled phonetic inquiry, TRINETRA helps police powers to scan for culprits with better precision, regardless of whether the name is wrongly spelled in the database.
Besides, by using AI-based Gang Identification Technology, TRIENETRA distinguishes a criminal as well as their partners dynamic in various locales and parts of the states. Inferable across the board use-cases and prevalent AI-capacities, TRINETRA application is utilized by more than 5,500 police staff in Uttar Pradesh, extending from examiners to ADGs.