Topic: CCTV cameras
PETALING JAYA: An academic has agreed that raising the salaries of lower-ranked police officers will help minimise corruption in the force, saying there is presently a wide discrepancy between their w...
PETALING JAYA: Two million vehicles are expected to be on the highways during the peak period of the Hari Raya Aidilfitri festive season and those heading back to their hometowns are advised to plan their trips well.
KLANG: Molotov cocktails were thrown at a house here after the victim had been warned that his house would be burned.
Hangzhou’s Binjiang district is home to three of China’s biggest surveillance camera makers. Hikvision, Dahua and Uniview benefited from rise in demand for surveillance after 9/11 terror attacks.
WE refer to the letter headlined “Look into drones for road safety” which was published in The Star, April 28 (online at bit.ly/star_drones).
LETTER | We refer to a letter Plus should also explore drones for road safety.
LETTER | After conducting training on customer service at Kota Kinabalu, I flew back to Kuala Lumpur last Friday afternoon.
The government is looking to have all streetlights in Malaysia use LED lamps.
KUALA LUMPUR (April 7): The government will introduce light-emitting diodes (LED) for streetlights in stages beginning September, The Star reported Housing and Local Government Minister Zuraida Kamaru...
KUALA LUMPUR: All roads nationwide will be lit with LED lamps, instead of the traditional light bulbs, in a move to save energy by as much as 50%.
PETALING JAYA: A retiree had a narrow escape after being swarmed by a group of armed robbers on four motorcycles at his house.
Deputy Prime Minister Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail’s response to the violent attack on a 48-year-old woman who was robbed in a lift shows that she is out of touch with reality.
KAJANG, Feb 4 — New Malaysian Institute of Road Safety Research (Miros) chairman Datuk Suret Singh has implored Malaysians not to wait for enforcement to abide by safety rules but be self-enforcers ...
Criminals, beware. The country’s first facial recognition camera system on the streets to detect and track down criminals is now up and running.
KUALA LUMPUR: Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) does not have facial recognition analytics for its CCTV cameras in the capital, as that would require linking its cameras with a facial recognition software and a database with identification details.
GEORGE TOWN: Criminals, beware! The country’s first facial recognition camera system to detect and track down criminals on the streets is now up and running.
Penang has become the first state in Malaysia to launch a facial recognition system capable of detecting faces of criminals through CCTV cameras, in a bid to improve public safety in the state.
GEORGE TOWN: A total of 3,000 closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras in Penang will soon be equipped with a facial recognition system capable of helping authorities detect and nab criminals.
GEORGE TOWN: The Penang government today announced it is employing facial recognition technology costing RM12 million for its new generation of CCTV cameras to prevent crime and check on traffic offen...