In an effort to make Mumbai streets safer after dark, Reliance Energy has launched a new app-based service for lodging complaints on defective street lights, an official said on Thursday.
The Geographical Information System (GIS)-based technical innovation ‘StreetlightComp.Reg’ is available on its mobile app to enable Mumbaikars alert Reliance Energy about street light-related issues within the company’s supply jurisdiction.
While Reliance Energy has dedicated teams to inspect about 100,000 street lights in its licensed area and repair any defects in suburban Mumbai, the new feature for complaints would help bring down the response time due to accurate location provided by the GIS and help Reliance Energy keep Mumbai’s streets safer for public, particularly for children, women, and senior citizens. Read More…
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