Dubai Police has taken a significant step in modernizing law enforcement by unveiling AI-powered driverless security patrol cars designed for residential areas. These self-driving patrol cars are equipped with advanced cameras, artificial intelligence, and smart technology, enabling them to detect criminal behavior, recognize faces, and read car license plates. The introduction of these cutting-edge vehicles represents a leap forward in ensuring the safety and security of residential neighborhoods in Dubai.
Key Features of the Driverless Patrol Car
The AI-powered driverless patrol car boasts several key features:
- Designed for Residential Zones: These self-driving cars have been specifically designed for residential areas to enhance security coverage.
- 360-Degree Camera: The vehicle is equipped with advanced cameras with a 360-degree capture capability, ensuring comprehensive surveillance.
- Artificial Intelligence: Through AI technology, the car can identify suspicious activities, recognize individuals, and read car license plates, making it a valuable tool for law enforcement.
- Electric Vehicle: The patrol cars are electric vehicles with a battery life of up to 15 hours, ensuring they are operational for extended periods.
- Moderate Speeds: As the primary focus is on residential areas, these driverless cars can reach speeds of 5 to 7 kilometers per hour, contributing to a safe and controlled environment.
- Real-Time Communication: The vehicles are equipped with direct communication technologies, allowing them to send alerts and messages to authorities in real-time when suspicious activity is detected.
- Onboard Drone: The patrol cars also feature an onboard drone, which can access areas that the vehicle cannot and maintain direct wireless communication with the patrol once launched.
Integration with Command and Control Center
To enhance their effectiveness, these AI-powered patrol cars can directly communicate with the Command and Control Center at the Dubai Police’s General Operations Department. This real-time coordination ensures that law enforcement can respond promptly to incidents and concerns.
While the AI-powered driverless patrol cars are currently in the testing phase, they are expected to be deployed on the streets of Dubai early next year. As they become operational, more details about their capabilities and impact on enhancing residential security will be revealed.
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Source: Times of India