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Kolkata Police to use artificial intelligence to scan CCTV images

The Kolkata Police plans to use Artificial Intelligence (AI) powered software to verify CCTV images to identify real-time offenders, including helmetless bikers and vehicles illegal parking. Currently, there are 2,500 CCTV cameras in the city, out of which 125 can read licence plates.


Robotics firm ARAPL Raas to raise funds for warehouse automation

ARAPL RaaS will use the funds to develop world-class Swarm Robotics AI


PropReturns gets $1.2 mn from Goodwater Capital, others

Over 450 pre-leased properties are now available on PropReturns


The tech-driven solutions can reorganize the construction process

The use of technology in the construction process saves time & costs.


Tech Gains

The use of technology in the construction process saves time & costs.


Kolkata Police to use artificial intelligence to scan CCTV images

AI software is to be used to identify helmetless bikers, illegal parking


CEAT to reinvent tyres with IOS sensors, GPS trackers, AI systems

The smart tyre systems will improve visibility over operations


S N Subrahmanyan, CEO & MD, L&T: Automation and digitalisation is the new normal

Mumbai Trans Harbour Link (MTHL) that L&T is constructing which will be the country’s longest sea bridge is one of the best examples of the extent of digital technology has been adopted. The team surveys the site using drone photogrammetry to monitor progress, and digital solutions for project mon..


Tata Power ties up with renewable energy AI firm BluWave-ai

Tata Power to activate AI potential for optimise power scheduling


Indian Railways launches technology to boost security

Infrared intruder alarm, surveillance drones to be used for security


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