|I&T Wish||Smart Prison Series: Night-time Patrol Robot System 2.0
(REF : W-0324)
|Matched I&T Solution|
|Summary and Challenges||
Not only equipped with basic functions, such as auto-pilot with obstacles avoiding features, visual monitoring and audio communication, the robotic solution is also expected to be equipped with artificial intelligence. The backend real-time monitoring system can be centralised at one place without involving the stationing staff in closely viewing all the screens all the time as the AI-enabled video(and sound)-analytics technology would help pre-analyse the motions (& the sounds) observed from the person(s)-in-custody (PICs).
The robot itself must be able to :
Owing to the high security concern to the CSD, no access to any data is allowed via the extranet, a cloud service or whatever external means.
|Expected Outcome||2 units of functional robotic prototype, which will undertake night-time indoor/semi-outdoor patrol within a narrow corridor environment of a correctional institution, to be successfully developed, integrated into a single system control and monitoring platform and tested in trial runs.|
|Expected Trial Duration||
|Initiating Department||Correctional Services Department (CSD)|
|Propose I&T Solution||Closed|