LG dedicates Rs 5.13 Crore six hi-tech multi-purpose video wall facility en route SMVD Shrine | India News – Times of India

Jammu: Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha, who is also the Chairman of the Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board, today inaugurated six high-tech multipurpose video walls at prominent places on the way to the Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Temple at a cost of Rs. 5.13 crore, with the assistance of the Ministry of Culture, Government of India.
On the auspicious occasion of Lieutenant Governor Durga Ashtami, Shri Mata Vaishno Devi visited the holy temple of Goddess Zia and paid obeisance at the sanctum sanctorum. He prayed for peace, harmony and prosperity in the Union Territory.
He observed that the installation of high-tech multipurpose video walls at various places along the track would make it possible to disseminate real-time information to the visitors regarding the journey and also enhance the aesthetics of the various places on the track.
Places where the video walls will be displayed include Darshani Deodi Banganga, New Darshani Deodi Tarakot Marg, Langar Point on Tarakot Marg, Half Quarry Complex, Bhairon G Platform and Sanjichat Platform.
The live telecast will be the main attraction for the pilgrims. It will also raise awareness about the various initiatives taken by the Shrine Board for the convenience of the pilgrims.
Completed in two phases, the first phase includes the installation of six large outdoor video walls at a prominent location on the track, which was inaugurated today, and the second phase has 20 indoor LED screens in the main installation of the Shrine Board.
The project will initially benefit pilgrims through live Atka Aarti, Mata Ki Kahani (stage play) and direct view of the building. In addition, it will provide an advisory / display feature (24X7) on the track’s disaster prone location during the rainy season and, otherwise, provide missing person or item information and early warning of weather forecasts.
The project provides general information to the visiting pilgrims such as medical and ambulance facilities, accommodation and food arrangements, location of water and toilets, general announcements, assistance information, do’s and don’ts.
The lieutenant governor instructed the concerned officials to create a standard operating system for high-tech multipurpose video wall so that the facility can be used efficiently.
In addition to Ramesh Kumar, CEO, Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board; Mukesh Singh, ADGP Jammu; Dr. R. Raghav Langer, Divisional Commissioner, Jammu; S Charandeep Singh Deputy Commissioner Reasi; Shalindra Singh, SSP Reasi and other officials of Mazar Board, district administration and police were present.


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