Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik today directed officials to complete the Smart Solution project in the State Capital well ahead of the 2018 World Cup Hockey tournament in December.
The directive came during a review in the nearly Rs 550 crore project at State secretariat here.
The meeting today discussed primarily about traffic management, parking of vehicles, management of emergencies, wifi system, said official sources.
The Chief Minister asked the officials to ensure smooth traffic management and enforcement, He advised to put in place a modern system to manage the traffic.
He advised the officials to arrange adequate number of ambulances, PCR vans, fire fighting machines, water tankers and passenger buses to ferry people during the event.
Notably, arrangement is being made for 5500 cars on road sides and 1500 vehicles at multi-level parking yards, the officials added.
A mobile App is also being developed to inform the people about the parking lots.
To ensure complete security as many as 850 temporary and 150 permanent PTZ CCTV unit and 30 Emergency Call Centres will be set up during the event, the sources said adding people can call 112 during any emergency for help, they added.
There will be 1800 wifi access points in the City to provide internet facility to the people.
Besides, sensors will be installed for monitoring the environment while agencies providing services on utility sector, education and health will be made hi-tech through use of Information Technology, said Krishna Kumar Managing Director Smart City and VC BDA.
Chief Secretary Aditya Prasad Padhi, Development Commission R Balakrishnan, Principal Secretary Electronics & IT, Pradeep Jena, Principal Secretary Home Asit Tripathy, Secretary Urban Development, G Mathivathnan, CMD IDCO Sanjay Kumar Singh, Krishna Kumar VC BDA and Commissioner BMC, CEO Smart City R Vinel Krishna and others were present in the review meeting.