Russia Installed 112 Street Emergency Stations In Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk

- Sep 27, 2019-


Russia Sakhalin Civil Defence and Emergency Bureau and Rostelecom installed the first batch of equipment for emergency communication with the 112 Center in the city of Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk. These equipment were installed at the bus stop on Lenin Street and were designed to be unusable. Contact a rescuer, doctor or police. Through the phone. The coordinates of the call point will be automatically recorded and, in addition, the video signal can be transmitted from that point to the emergency service station.


Now they are not in operation and testing is in progress. Simple operation - when the button is pressed, the signal will reach the center of 112, that is, a person can call for help, whether or not he has a phone, whether he is working, whether he can use it. The head of the agency, Anna Mikheeva, said that if possible, you would need to press the call button to brief yourself and briefly explain what happened, and then the emergency service staff closest to the location will travel to that location. - A similar system has been successfully run in Moscow, Kazan, Nizhny Novgorod, so we have not invented any fundamental new things here. For a long time, we have negotiated with these cities and experts from Rostelecom to select the most reliable equipment, from the perspective of dealing with vandals and effective equipment.

On September 16, Rostelecom began providing services for the installation of communication terminals within the framework of a contract with the Ministry of Civil Defence and Emergency Situations of Russia, providing emergency call services under the “112” number. Video and audio information from the emergency room will help prevent crime and ensure public safety. After the call is initiated, the 112 center operator directly receives the call, automatically determining the coordinates of the call point and quickly ringing the call. In addition, a video surveillance system installed at a fixed point will ensure that biometric information is provided to law enforcement agencies. By the end of 2019, 43 fixed street emergency call points will be installed in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk and 112 emergency services will be provided.