How new technologies are monitoring criminals in cities that never sleep

As urban populations continue to rise, civil authorities are waking up to the need for vast upgrades to city safety measures. Given the demand on advanced and widespread surveillance, authorities are increasingly turning to command and control (C2) centres as a method of overseeing even the biggest municipalities without having to overstretch limited resources. The market is rapidly growing, and those with an active involvement in any area of urban security – from providing CCTV to del...
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