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Automated Vehicle Inspection and Certification Centre opened in Mysuru

Wednesday, July 07, 2021

Deputy Chief Minister and Minister for Transport Laxman Savadi inaugurated Automated Vehicle Inspection and Certification Centre in Mysuru in presence of Minister in charge of Mysuru district S.T. Somashekar and others.

The fully centralised facility consists of three lanes for Heavy Passenger Vehicles (HPV) and Light Motor Vehicles (LMVs).

The civil engineering division of Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation has constructed the facility for the Transport department at a cost of ?14.60 crore in a 2.3-acre plot.

The facility consists of emission tester, diesel smoke tester, sound level tester, side slip tester, free roller set, suspension tester, headlight beam tester and visual inspection (above and under carriage).

According to the project, there is no human intervention involved and all results are masked with operators unaware of the testing results at the time of vehicle testing. The vehicle fitness report is generated automatically through software by servers.

Most pass/fail decisions are made by the computer, giving accurate and faster results, non-debatable inspection results. The inspector cannot be influenced during testing.

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