Thursday, April 8, 2010

Variable Message Signboard at Bangalore

4 comments:

Dr. Rajkiran Panuganti said...

Good Initiative!

Dr. Rajkiran Panuganti said...

Very Good initiative -- but, site is unstable - You must pull up Wipro for implementing it so poorly. And, the site, http://www.bangaloretrafficpolice.gov.in/ remains inaccessible for most of the time.

The idea and initiative are wonderful but design and features not very useful to public. I'm not sure if such interface is even useful for police.

However, good to see the control room that is well equipped.

Brain explore said...

Everything is right...y u people take serious action against power cut.. We are RSS people never expected this.

Puneeth said...

Dear Dr.Acharya!
Congratulations to you and the entire team for embracing technology in the system!

Dear Sir,While we arE eadopting technolgy,the basic infrastructure and human alerts should not be ignored,
Last week one ENGLISH spekaing young thief,dressed neatly was caught in ULSOOR area by my friends and they found a gold chain worth Rs 15k with him and handed over the same to the owner who awake from sleep to find the thief in the act of stealing.

Unfortunatley 6 people tried calling 100-POLICE HELPLINE no to handover the thief to the cops,but there was no one to recieve the call while the phone was ringingg !!!!!!
The thief was let off!!!!!!This is such a pity while you are encouraging the KARNATAKA POLICE to encourage efficiency by adopting technology and by other measures,there are individuals in the departement who are irresponsible and have no clue about the security risks our COUNTRY is facing!!
If you have a system to check the calls recorded on the POLICE helpline no,Please let me know,i will provide you the exact time and date when the calls on the POLICE helpline went unanswered!

Regards
PUNEETH KUMAR