Today, the intellectual platform of video analytics continues to work in test mode. Training to work with Kipod takes several days, and full immersion into the system occurs in the operating mode. Synesis specialists provide ongoing technical support and promptly advise both remotely and locally in case of questions.
In Kazakhstan, Kipod operates in pilot mode at 7 railway stations: in Aktobe, Astana, Almaty, Kostanay, Karaganda, Borovoy and Kokshetau. By the end of the year, the system will cover 18 large railway stations, and in 2019 - 35 stations. Within 3 years, the platform will be able to unite more than 500 thousand video cameras across the country and replace separated law enforcement systems, which often duplicate each other. The monitoring system for public safety also would include the existing system of traffic regulation, as well as external information systems.