Tripura Rolls Out Geo-Spatial 3-D Satellite Tracking System

By | January 3, 2011 | Government, ST Briefs

[Satellite TODAY 01-03-11] Indian developer Tripura has launched the Geo-Spatial 3D satellite-based imagery system to track terrorists and curb crime in the northeastern state, the company announced Jan. 3.
   Tripura is the second state in India after Jharkhand to introduce the system, which was developed by the Mission for Geo-Spatial Applications (MGSA) under Indian Government’s Department of Science and Technology.
   “Using this satellite-based imagery system, police and various security forces would be able to locate the movement, base and strength of separatist outfits or criminal gangs hiding in a jungle,” MGSA Spokesman Rajendra Jena said in a statement.

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