Emergency Command Center is located in Islamabad, Pakistan. It has a blast resistant structure with specifications discouraging terror activities. Under the project, close to two thousand CCTV cameras have been installed in Islamabad, enabling the city to have a technology-based security system. The entire security system of the city is linked with these CCTV cameras to keep vigilance on suspects. The total cost of the project is Rs. 15.865 billion.
Major components of safe city project are:
Blast resistant 2,900 square meter command center building
1950 surveillance cameras
500 km fiber optic
eLTE 4-G network
Computer aided dispatch system and other software including facial recognition, vehicle management system etc.
Further the project consists of Emergency Command Center equipped with 72 screens and drone cameras, Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tag readers, turnstiles and barriers to report, identify, control and manage any accident as well as ensuring timely action against any suspect appearing on the screen.