Mumbai police appoints Quidich Innovation Lab (QIL) to make and supply drones

Currently, the drones are being provided for the ongoing T20 at nine venues. Soon, they will be available for city's surveillance.

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With the state government appointing Quidich Innovation Lab (QIL) to make and supply drones to the cops, Mumbai police will soon be able to keep a close eye on the city.

Once the drones are ready, we will train police in handling the same. The police will then use these drones during important rallies, gatherings and festivals," Vignesh Santhanam, chief marketing officer, Quidich Innovation Lab. 

Currently, the drones are being provided for the ongoing T20 at nine venues. Along with this, recently, police used these drones to search Kirti Vyas’s body who was murdered.

As per the police demand, the QIL company will provide 4K quality drones and will also impart training to police officials. These drones have 16 megapixels camera and it also has a 128 GB memory card, and battery only works for 22 minutes. With the help of this drone, police will be able to keep an eye on the citizens in the crowded places.

Prior to this, Quidich Innovation Lab had given six drones to the Rajasthan police who used them for important events. Along with this, in February, QIL also helped Uttar Pradesh forest department to nab a man-eating tiger in Pilibhit town.

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