Hyderabad, Oct 4 (IANS) Synchrony Financial, a premier consumer financial services company, will spend Rs 50 lakh for installing community closed circuit television (CCTV) surveillance system in two police station areas here.
The company on Tuesday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Hyderabad Police.
The CCTV surveillance system will be installed withinr the limits of Chandrayangutta and Falaknuma police stations in old Hyderabad.
The MoU was signed by Hyderabad Police Commissioner M. Mahendar Reddy and Synchrony Financial Executive vice president and Chief Operating Officer Kurt Grossheim.
The CCTV-based video surveillance system will involve setting up of IP-based outdoor security surveillance cameras across various locations.
It will incorporate the latest technology and encompass a state-of-the-art Command and Control Centre for 24×7 monitoring of CCTV cameras, the company said in a statement.
Being set up with the purpose of helping to control crime in the city, the surveillance network will comprise of 64 CCTVs, Automatic Number Plate Recognition System (ANPR), Video Analytics, Mobile Surveillance System, Command Control Centre and Data Centre.
Hyderabad Police is involving corporations like Synchrony Financial to adopt communities for the implementation of the CCTV surveillance system in the city.