India Implements AI Cameras, Sensors Ahead Of G20 Summit
As the G20 Summit is approaching in Delhi, there’s a lot of attention on security. To make sure that foreign delegates are safe during the event, the security teams have come up with some smart plans.
The Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) has created a team called “Special 50” for the G20 Summit. This team consists of 1,000 security personnel who have experience in protecting important people.
They’ve put together a special group of 1,000 highly trained security personnel called the ‘Special 50’ team. These experts are experienced in keeping very important people (VIPs) safe.
One of the exciting things they’re using for security is Artificial Intelligence, or AI. They have cameras that are super smart because they’re powered by AI.
These cameras can recognize if someone is doing something strange, like climbing walls, running, or bending down oddly. If the cameras see anything like this, they immediately tell the security people to check it out.
There are some other security activities happening too. They have commandos from the National Security Guard (NSG) and snipers from the Army who will be up in tall buildings to keep an eye on everything.
International spy agencies like the CIA, MI-6, and MSS are also helping out to keep the leaders of different countries safe.
To make sure no drones cause trouble, they’ve set up systems to stop them. They’re even using helicopters from the Indian Air Force and the Army to fly over Delhi all the time and keep watch.
The summit will take place over two days at a place called the Bharat Mandapam Convention Centre. It’s a fully modern place for big events. India is in charge of the G20 this time, so they want to make sure everything goes smoothly.
The Lieutenant Governor (LG) of Delhi, VK Saxena, is checking all the preparations and he seems pleased with how things are going.
He mentioned that over 60 roads have been fixed up, plants have been put in, and places have been cleaned, especially the areas where the leaders from 40 countries will travel through.
India is making Delhi ready to host the international meeting of leaders from around the world. The usage of smart cameras, snipers, and even security agencies to ensure everyone’s safety.
The security forces are working hard to make everything secure, safe and run smoothly for the leaders who will be attending the G20 Summit.