Recentfusion.com–Pokhara: Laxmi Group Pokhara has handed over 25 sets of Das Cameras to Nepal Police for traffic surveillance purpose on Sunday in Pokhara. Ganesh Bahadur Shrestha who is the Chairman of Laxmi Inter Continental Pvt. Ltd., the authorized dealer of Hyundai Motors handed over those cameras to Western Regional DIG Kamal Singh Bom.
Laxmi Group carried out this donation on the occasion of its 44th anniversary under corporate social responsibility. The group provided those cameras under his safe move mission. Dream move, next move, easy move, green move and happy move also are the missions of the group.
According to Wikipedia, a dashcam or dashboard camera is an onboard camera that continuously records the view through a vehicle’s windscreen. It may be attached to the interior windscreen or to the top of the dashboard, by suction cup or adhesive-tape mount. Dashcams may provide video evidence in the event of an accident.
Those cameras were handed over in Pokhara as the group had given 50 such cameras to Kathmandu Police and the concept turned effective, informed group Chairman Shrestha.
According to Laxmi Intercontinental IT Chief Shakti Chandra Thasineku, the camera begins recording as the vehicle starts. The camera contains 8 GB memory and it could be extended up to 64 GB. There could be recorded 3 hours of video in 8 GB chips inserted camera which costs $160. After 3 hours, new recordings overlaps old one, informed Company’s senior manager Awashis Ojha.
DIG Bom said that the received cameras would be installed in the patrolling vehicles. He believs that the service will be helpful to manage the traffic, to control the crimes and investigations in western region. Kaski Police Chief SP Ghanashyam Aryal said that the das camera would be helpful for smart policing.
The group has pledged to provide two sets of radar guns to traffic police of Pokhara within few months. Laxmi Group concerns to dairy, confectioneries, packaging and has been supporting in health, sports, education and social sectors for years.