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    Applying Geo-Spatial Technology for Women Safety and Crime Mapping in India

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      Mobile based interactive Mapping Application:


      The main objective of this innovation is to develop a client-server architecture, which would be easily accessible through a portable device(s), and communicate between authorized users (public, especially the women) and Master-Control segments (police, law enforcement authorities etc.) through a two-way communication protocol in the corresponding location/region. The proposed mobile apps enabled with global positioning system (GPS) will be integrated with locational intelligence i.e., using any existing map-based services (such as, Google Maps, Microsoft Bing Maps, or, Nokia Here Maps) through which location of that particular user can be traced. Alternatively, through an interactive voice response (IVR) service the complaints can be logged in any adverse situation. Simultaneously, at the master-control segment, associated with a GIS based centralized server will communicate with the computer-aided dispatchers (CADs) or, rescue crews (police, armed forces etc.) equipped with on-board GPS enabled navigation systems which will help to identify the proper location of crime (from where the complaint has been logged) on a map. Also, real-time positioning for each of those rescue operations, services offered through-out the day etc. will be tracked on a GIS map remotely through a centralized location to improve the work-force management via data-analytics and intelligence, for enhancing women safety and security more efficiently and effectively on-time. Simultaneously, using “geo-fencing” service the detailed information such as, nearest police stations, check-post etc. will be shared with those registered users within the specified radar.