Andhra Pradesh saw a breakthrough in establishing the largest Real Time Governance State Centre in Amaravathi. The facility has advanced technology of international standards of governance of every street in the 13 districts of AP.
The main mission of the RTGSC is to implement governance to handle all the important events and natural calamities. Officials can pinpoint the disturbances in any given place and supervise operations from this centre.
RTGSC is inaugurated by chief minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu on Sunday in the first floor of the Secretariat. This technology is expected to usher in sweeping changes in day-to-day administration.
According to a report in Business Standard, the centre has data input from people hub which hosts the data of all the households in the state, surveillance systems, drones, biometric augmented technology, machine learning technology and AP Forecasting and Early Warning Research Centre (AWARE).
The Centre also consists of a Barco Wall or a giant screen that has the capability of displaying multiple screens at the same time. An official has the technology at his fingertips as he can directly interact with the CM through video conference.
Five thousand cameras have been installed in the state and 15,000 to be installed soon. The objective of the government is to be able to make the right decisions impacting the lives of the citizens.