The AI Hanuman of Shri Ram: How A Tech-Startup is Safeguarding Ayodhya?

Gurugram-based startup Staqu Technologies is assisting the Uttar Pradesh Police and Special Task Force in deploying JARVIS, an AI-powered audio-video analytics software, at key hotspots in Ayodhya for the Ram Mandir inauguration on January 22

JARVIS is an AI-integrated security service that can detect and identify suspicious activity and potential threats in real-time, with an accuracy rate of 997%.

Staqu Technologies has collaborated with nine state police departments, including UP Police, to offer AI-enabled insight-based analytics through its Trinetra tool

JARVIS utilizes a criminal database of 800,000 criminals named TRINETRA, enhancing security by identifying suspicious faces among registered criminals

The software also enables real-time identification of individuals based on clues such as photographs, performs attribute-based searches, and detects incidents of violence

The Shri Ram Janmbhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust has revealed the entry pass for the grand consecration ceremony of Ram Lalla in the Ram Janmabhoomi Temple, granting access to the temple premises only after scanning the specified QR code on the entry pass

Over 7,000 guests, including 3,000 VVIPs, have received invitation cards for the ceremony, and strict security measures have been implemented in and around Ayodhya

The 51-inch idol of Lord Ram Lalla has been placed inside the temple after various rituals, and preparations are in full swing for the mega pran-prathistha ceremony scheduled for January 22

The week-long rituals will culminate in the ceremony, followed by the temple opening for public 'darshan' on January 23

The Centre has declared a half-day closure of all central government offices on January 22 in response to the consecration ceremony