NEW DELHI: The railways has floated a tender for its much-awaited surveillance system under which CCTV cameras would be installed in all its stations and coaches.
The notice for the tender was uploaded on the website of the railway’s telecom arm, RailTel, on August 22
The tender, however, does not include such systems in coaches for the time being.
It has asked for four types of full HD IP cameras — fixed dome type, bullet type, P/T/Z type and 4K UHD Bullet type — along with their accessories to provide high-level security and vigilance.
RailTel has called for a complete working system. Therefore, the bids must be complete with all equipment and required accessories along with necessary power systems, including standard un-interrupted power supply for the entire system as required for complete installation and commissioning under the contract.
While bids for 24,074 CCTV cameras have been invited for the Northern Region, for the Western Region the bids are invited for 16,813 such cameras, for the Southern Region it is 20 ..