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116 new CCTV cameras to be deployed across 17 towns throughout Dyfed-Powys

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Dyfed-Powys Police has announced plans to deploy 116 state of the art CCTV cameras to towns identified as priority camera locations through crime analysis and stakeholder consultation, a recent news report in the local media has been able to suggest. The programme of works will be carried out over the coming months and is due […]


Facial recognition CCTV system could be deployed in Southend

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A facial recognition CCTV system could be deployed in Southend, making it the first area to trial it, a recent news report in the local media has been able to suggest. Members of Southend policing team, BID (Business Improvement District) and the council attended a demo of the technology, insisting, however, that the concept is […]


CCTV surveillance systems to be affected by GDPR

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CCTV surveillance systems will also be affected by the GDPR regulations, as the manner in which footage is captured, handled and stored will also come under the effect of the new set of rules, experts in the field  believe. Under the new rules, building owners require a valid reason for its placement – security, health […]


Campaign launched to fit CCTV surveillance cameras in Every Care Home

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A new campaign to install CCTV surveillance cameras in all care homes that was recently launched by charity organization Care Campaign For The Vulnerable has received widespread support, with former Attorney General Dominic Grieve expressing his full support for the initiative and vowing to take to the highest level of government, a recent news report […]


Facial recognition CCTV cameras might soon replace tickets

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Facial recognition CCTV systems might soon replace traditional ticketing systems for various event venues, as Live Nation, of the industry’s largest players, is actively working on such a system, a recent news report has been able to suggest. The company behind the Ticketmaster brand, is developing a facial recognition system that, it claims, could in […]


IP-based CCTV Surveillance Cameras to tackle illegal dumping

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The Food and Environmental Hygiene Department (FEHD) in Hong Kong will progressively extend the scheme on installation of Internet Protocol (IP) CCTV surveillance cameras to combat illegal dumping, a recent news report in the local media has been able to suggest. The IP cameras will be deployed at “illegal refuse deposit blackspots” in all districts […]



New Zealand Police consider upgrading to facial recognition CCTV systems

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New Zealand’s police force is considering upgrading their CCTV systems to modern, facial recognition-capable ones, a recent news report in the local media has been able to suggest. The force are looking to upgrade their surveillance gear to include “advanced facial recognition technology” able to be used through closed-circuit cameras. With a network of CCTV […]


City-wide CCTV surveillance system goes live in Lincoln

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A city-wide wireless CCTV surveillance system has been recently deployed across the city of Lincoln, a news report in the local media has been able to suggest. The £400,000 system combines 300 newly upgraded high-definition cameras with wireless 60 GHz V-band frequency radios. The installation of the new network was funded and supported by the […]


Facial recognition CCTV surveillance system set to be deployed across Jamaica

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Facial recognition CCTV surveillance systems are set to be deployed across Jamaica in a bid to improve public safety and security, a recent news report in the local media has been able to suggest. The “JamaicaEye” program will connect Ministry of National Security cameras and privately-owned cameras to a network to be monitored by security […]