Mobile Command Centre vehicle keeps vigil

Mobile Command Centre vehicle keeps vigil

October 6, 2022

Mysore/Mysuru: The Mobile Command Centre vehicle, which has all the features of a Police Control Room, kept a hawk-eye vigil on the movement of vehicles and people inside Mysore Palace and its surroundings.

This hi-tech Mobile Command Centre vehicle has 19 hi-tech cameras, four jacket cameras, 10 wireless cameras, 4 body worn cameras, four still cameras mounted atop the vehicle, which can rotate 360 degrees and capture photos and take videos clearly at a distance of one kilometre.

Police staff were seen monitoring the crowd from inside the Mobile Command Centre vehicle which was stationed in front of Mysore Palace’s Balarama Gate.


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