The Ministry of Emergency Situations expects to receive 15 billion rubles. from the federal budget for the deployment of a security system in the Crimea, Belgorod and Voronezh regions. It will analyze data to identify threats of sabotage
The Ministry of Emergency Situations plans to launch a pilot version of the “Safe City” system in a number of regions bordering Ukraine. because of the risk of sabotage, Kommersant writes; with reference to sources close to the project.
The system is planned to be deployed within a year and a half in the Crimea, Sevastopol, Voronezh and Belgorod regions, as well as in the Krasnodar Territory, 15 billion rubles should be allocated from the federal budget for these purposes, the ministry calculates. In “Safe City” includes environmental monitoring, industrial motion sensors, video surveillance cameras and specialized software.
The key element of the system— video analytics capable of recognizing accidents, weapons or fights, indicated the source of the publication in the market of “smart” video surveillance systems.
The interlocutor of the newspaper in the Ministry of Emergency Situations noted that the introduction of the system has acquired “extreme relevance”; against the backdrop of a special operation in Ukraine and because of the “multiple increase in threats of sabotage attacks on civilian infrastructure.” According to him, “Safe City” will help to reduce the “impact of threats to the population and civilian infrastructure”, as well as to ensure “fast decision making”.
Development of “Safe City” in the ministry started eight years ago— in 2014, Rostec became the technical operator. As tasks for the system, the aggregation of data on incidents was determined, the source of the newspaper in the Ministry of Emergency Situations explained that dispatchers now do not have ready-made scenarios for responding, municipal authorities can hide information about, for example, a forest fire for their own benefit, and then the fire becomes a big fire.< /p>
By 2020, 12 regions reported on the launch of the system; more than 16 billion rubles were allocated from regional budgets. The cost of creating the entire system was estimated at 150 billion rubles, the ministry proposed to modernize it and integrate it into the new state information system (GIS), which will require another 97 billion rubles by 2030.
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At the same time, the initiative was criticized in the Ministry of Economy, indicating that the costs of private enterprises would become “very significant,” the newspaper wrote in early February. The interlocutor of the publication clarified that in the end the financing of the project was not approved. The Ministry of Emergency Situations has now proposed to launch a pilot version of the project in the border areas to demonstrate the effectiveness of the system.
The website of the Ministry of Emergency Situations states that “Safe City” planned to be implemented as a “complex of risk management systems” from probable external threats in the ecological, technogenic, natural, socio-biological, criminal spheres. The ministry emphasized that they insist on the preventive focus of the “Safe City”, while noting that the name is conditional, since a “high level of risks” has also been identified in rural areas; technogenic and natural character.
“The meaning of the project is not so much to fix the fact of the incident as to warn it, to find out that the trouble is looming before its immediate moment of occurrence”,— said in the message.
In «Rostec» also planned as part of the “Big City” create special software for predicting rallies and riots, which can be used by regional and municipal executive authorities. The system will be able to analyze publications in the media and social networks and data from “smart cameras”. If the riots have already begun, then artificial intelligence will study the number of their participants and police officers, the behavior of the instigators and the direction of the crowd.
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