In 2017, Sergek cameras helped reduce number of road accidents by 18%
Askar Zhumagaliyev was shown all the capabilities of the Sergek photo-video recording system, a single register of administrative violations and Qamqor system for paying fines.
Asset Issekeshev informed that the installation of the Sergek cameras and the Zero Tolerance Implementation Plan contributed to reducing the number of crimes by an average of 30%, accidents � by 18%.
During the meeting, the Deputy Prime Minister instructed the Ministry of Internal Affairs to speed up the procedures for the integration of the information systems of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Prosecutor General’s Office.
To date, the first stage of the installation of cameras has come to the end. The city has installed and integrated 6335 cameras. Coverage of the whole city with Sergek cameras will be completed before June 1, 2018.
Then the delegation got acquainted with the work of the Astana LRT office. The chairman of the board, Bekmyrza Igenberdinov, showed the intellectual transport system of the city � the software and hardware complex. It allows for centralized management of traffic lights and video surveillance systems. As specialists explained, within the ITS project, a notice board about the time of arrival of buses was installed at the stops. In the same place, if necessary, it is possible to place additional information about unforeseen circumstances and emergency situations.
In the dispatch center, the guests were able to see how the centralized control of the transportation process is carried out round the clock in an on-line mode. The special screen shows a map of the city and the position of all the buses with indicators of compliance with the timetable. Red is an advance, yellow is a lag. Green, respectively, means the compliance with the schedule. When there are changes in schemes, emergency situations, or equipment malfunction, the status of buses is changed on the screen.
According to Askar Zhumagaliyev, all these functions significantly improve and make the life of the townspeople comfortable.
“We saw today that the projects are ready, they work correctly, the akimat reacts promptly to complaints and appeals of residents. It remains for us to conduct another important work � to refine the mobile application, in which all information will be available. After all, the technologies being implemented ensure our safety and comfort, which means that access to them should be as simple as possible for all citizens,” the Deputy Prime Minister noted.
To date, more than 500 thousand people use passenger buses.
On the basis of the visits to the facilities, corresponding instructions were given to all the responsible services.
Source: The Prime Minister of Kazakhstan