Street accident figures will now be digital, making it simpler to analyse accident-related knowledge, an official mentioned.
A nationwide workshop of the ‘Built-in Street Accident Database’ (IRAD) scheme was held right here on Wednesday.
The Ministry of Street Transport and Highways has carried out the IRAD scheme, particulars of which had been defined and options to technical issues had been additionally mentioned, Transport Commissioner Ravi Jain mentioned.
Nodal officers of Rajasthan and associated departments from six states, together with Rajasthan, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh participated, Jain mentioned.
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Round 3,800 personnel of police and transport departments have been imparted coaching of the IRAD thus far within the state, he added.
IIT Madras professor Venkatesh Balasubramaniam, Nationwide Informatics Centre Deputy Director Pawan Joshi and different consultants shared their views.
Underneath the scheme, a web-based registry shall be fashioned for scientific evaluation and real-time testing to find out the coverage formulation and motion plan for efficient curbing of highway accidents and deaths.
Digital entry has been performed on 802 accidents in Rajasthan, 734 in Uttar Pradesh, 554 in Maharashtra, 904 in Madhya Pradesh, 1502 in Karnataka and a couple of,168 in Tamil Nadu. PTI AG HMB