Maruti Suzuki’s Automated Driving Test Track inaugurated at Lado Sarai, Delhi
Multiple technologies have been deployed to make the driving testing process comprehensive, fool-proof, transparent and seamless with zero human intervention, all within a span of 10 minutes.
Maruti Suzuki’s Automated Driving Test Track at Lado Sarai was inaugurated by Shri Ashish Kundra (IAS), Principal Secretary-cum-Commissioner, Transport, Government of Delhi on May 22.
With the commissioning of the Lado Sarai Automated Driving Test Track (ADTT), Maruti Suzuki has successfully automated all its driving test tracks in Delhi, as part of the agreement with the Department of Transport, Government of NCT of Delhi signed in December 2017.
As part of the agreement, Maruti Suzuki’s role was to carry out construction of the test tracks, set up automation and IT system and provide maintenance support for three years before handover to the Delhi Government.
On the occasion, Mr. Rahul Bharti, Executive Officer, Corporate Affairs, Maruti Suzuki said, “Maruti Suzuki has been working hard over the past two decades on all the five pillars of Road Safety – Engineering, Education, Evaluation, Enforcement and Emergency care. Setting up Automated Driving Test Tracks (ADTTs) by Maruti Suzuki is a one-of-its-kind initiative undertaken by the company in partnership with the Department of Transport, NCT of Delhi by use of technology for evaluation. In these ADTTs, driving license seekers get tested on their driving skills by video analytics technology with zero human intervention, all within 10 minutes cycle time. We are humbled to share, with this inauguration of our last centre, Delhi is now 100 percent computerised in driving license testing.
We thank the Government of Delhi for giving us this opportunity, facilitation and encouragement.”
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