Chennai cops are now equipped with a face tracking mobile app to help detect and catch criminals. Chennai police first tested the face detection software on CCTV cameras and after the successful testing they decided to go ahead and extend the same functionality to a mobile app.
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The Chennai police will now catch criminals and offenders through a face detecting mobile application!
Following the successful implementation of face detection software, which was tested on CCTV cameras, the police officials decided to expand the provision and roped in a city firm to develop the mobile app.
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After successfully testing face detection software installed in CCTV cameras for surveillance, the Chennai police are now using a mobile appdeveloped by a city firm to scan the faces of suspects and search for them in a database of known offenders within a matter of seconds.
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Control room identified 70-odd known accused
Face detection cameras (FDCs) and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) helped police recognise ‘known accused’ in the milling crowd and regulate crowd and vehicle movements during Thevar jayanthi at Pasumpon in the district on Monday, Superintendent of Police Omprakash Meena has said.
Read More – The Hindu
MADURAI: Police have made elaborate security arrangements in Ramanathapuram district of Tamil Nadu in view of the Thevar Jayanthi celebrations. The 110th birth anniversary and the 55th guru pooja of freedom fighter Pasumpon Muthuramalinga Thevar will be held at his memorial in Pasumpon from October 28 to October 30.
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