Under Vehicle Scanning System (UVSS) installed at Deen Dayal Upadhyay Junction

Varanasi: With an aim to enhance security at Deen Dayal Upadhyay Junction, railway has installed an under-vehicle scanning system (UVSS) at the entrance near parking lot. This is part of an Integrated Security System, which is being adopted to ensure the safety of people and avert terror attacks. Shri Lalit Chandra Trivedi, General Manager, East Central Railway and Shri Rajesh Kumar Pandey, DRM, Deen Dayal Upadhyay Division, East Central Railway inaugurated the UVSS.

In a move to step up security measures at DDU Junction, railway has installed a new system — Under Vehicle Scanning System (UVSS). Through this system, all the vehicles arriving in the parking lot are being checked thoroughly. Through this technology, when a vehicle passes over the UVSS, system captures the chassis number of the vehicle, the number of the vehicle, the face of the driver.

Vehant Technologies, a leader in Artificial Intelligence (AI) / Machine Learning (ML) based security monitoring has designed and installed Under Vehicle Surveillance System (UVSS), and has also trained the RPF officials to operate the machine. This is a complete camera system that combines hardware and software to track down the vehicles passing through a checkpoint. Scans, and this is the only area of the vehicle that can never be locked or sealed, therefore automatic detection is required under the vehicle inspection system.

According to officials of Deen Dayal Upadhyay Junction, this system has been installed for important clues in case of suspicious goods in vehicles or any untoward incident at the railway station. This technology does not cost much, once a system is installed, only its maintenance is required.

According to Mr. Kapil Bardeja, CEO and Co-Founder of Vehant Technologies, “Vehant Technologies is working round the clock with the sole purpose of keeping people safe at any cost. UVSS requires physical devices to detect illegal items. With the help of this system, it is easy to inspect vehicles during both night and day and it is capable of working in any weather condition. ”

Railway Protection Force (RPF) is operating the UVSS system and the they are are working to strengthen the security by operating the UVSS system in three consecutive shifts. All vehicles passing through it will be given one-by-one entry once the trains are in regular operation. All vehicles will require UVSS scanning. will install the systems and train RPF officials in the operation of the machine, he added. This mechanized monitoring system will check trespassers and unwanted vehicles, ensuring the safety of passengers.

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