A verification kiosk built-in with radio frequency identification machine (RFID)-based monitoring system has been launched for porters and operators of mules and palanquin companies alongside the 13-km observe resulting in the shrine of Mata Vaishnodevi in Trikuta hills, officers mentioned on Tuesday.
This setup has been put in alongside the observe in view of safety considerations as round one crore pilgrims go to the shrine yearly.
Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board CEO Ramesh Kumar launched the verification kiosk to make sure that no unlawful and unauthorised operators are on the observe resulting in the shrine.
“This system improves verification of genuine operators and also in monitoring the movement of ponies, pithus (porters) and palkis (palanquins) but also strengthening overall security measures,” Mr Kumar mentioned.
He mentioned it would even be of immense help in case of any emergency conditions to offer real-time help to the shrine and native administration.
The verification kiosks are built-in with sensible card readers which connect with MIS server for personnel identification and credentials like biometric info, contact quantity, registration quantity together with final transaction and motion standing of service supplier.
The system is able to checking the motion of registered ponies, porters and palanquin bearers for real-time monitoring with strong MIS reporting. With the set up of verification kiosks a stringent examine shall be made on them, he mentioned.
The CEO additionally reviewed the efficiency and functioning of the G-Max IT service which manages the RFID challenge, at a gathering held at Katra on Monday.
He additionally directed evaluation of the prevailing SoP of RFID and mentioned steps needs to be taken for 100% Covid vaccination of service suppliers.
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