Arresting by numbers

Knight, Helen
May 2003
Engineer (00137758);5/2/2003, Vol. 291 Issue 7626, p8
Features an automatic car number plate recognition camera designed to monitor crime in Great Britain. Analysis of images taken by the camera by the number plate recognition system; Benefits of the camera; Use of an interconnected network of closed-circuit television, infrared and mobile cameras.


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