Gurgaon-based Artificial Intelligence startup Staqu, has launched a criminal registration and search system ABHED, which enable police forces to opt for mobile-phone-based criminal registration, including biometric information.

Artificial Intelligence Startup Staqu enables police forces to nab criminals through mobile app

The app uses machine language capabilities and police personnel will have their own login password to use the app for both, registering and search. The access can be controlled at different levels, with the mobile phone number of police personnel. The OTP based logins for profiling or searching ensure optimum security.

Atul Rai, CEO and Co-Founder of Staqu, said, “With the launch of ABHED, we are utilizing our AI prowess, especially in machine learning, for enabling police forces to digitalize and automate profiling & search for criminals and missing people.”

“The company has further been a humbling experience to associate with the Alwar Police Department and commission a pioneer pilot program, utilizing AI for nabbing criminals and searching missing people. Given the rising rate of crimes and child trafficking, we hope for a brighter tomorrow, where advanced technology is best deployed to aid security forces”, he added.

Police personnel can automatically profile criminals or missing people, the app provides matching details from the criminal database within seconds and further it can be integrated with the current CCTNS system.

There is no other special treatment required, app perfectly works with the existing levels of infrastructure and technologies. It is optimized for both 2G or 3G networks and well-equipped to handle thousands of queries per seconds.


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