Facial recognition CCTV system to be deployed in Malaysia’s Penang state
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A new facial recognition CCTV system will be deployed across the Malaysian state of Penang in a bid to detect criminals faster by enhancing the capabilities of the existing 767 CCTV cameras installed by the Penang City Council, a recent news report in the local media has been able to suggest.
The system will be operated from the council’s CCTV control room, as well as the Penang police headquarters, chief minister Chow Kon Yeow said.
“The monitoring via CCTVs is an initiative by the Penang state government to reduce crime, especially street crimes, in an effort to maintain the safety and well-being of the people,” said Chow.
The police would upload the image of a criminal or wanted person to the system. If the system manages to track similar faces through any of the CCTV cameras, the authorities would immediately be alerted.
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