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Turk Telekom deploys traffic surveillance service in Ankara

Thursday 9 December 2010 | 11:52 CET | News
Turk Telekom's Urban Security Management System (KGYS) has been deployed in Ankara. Aiming to improve public order and traffic surveillance, the platform uses 1,400 high-resolution cameras installed for 825 systems at 513 locations in Ankara. Of the total number of cameras, 298 can revolve 360 degrees. A number of cameras are able to detect red light and speed violations instantly, while some can detect lost or stolen cars as well as warn the police. The project is conducted in cooperation with the Ankara Police Department. Thanks to the KGYS system, all operations are collected on a single database, enabling the creation of security plans based on these data. Owners of vehicles who violate traffic rules will be served a ticket, while photos as well as 12-second video recordings will be used as evidence.

Categories: Fixed
Companies: Turk Telekom
Countries: Turkey
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