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NYPD’s cruiser of the future knows if you’re on the lam, can detect radiation

27
Dec
2013

New York Citys Police Department is one of the most well-financed in the world, and the prototype for its next-generation patrol car clearly reflects that. A rear-mounted infrared sensor scans, records, and checks license plates against a database (yes, in real-time), not too far from a new radiation detector in the rear window. An in-car, dashboard-mounted surveillance camera captures video which can be livestreamed to headquarters via a modem and power supply sitting in the trunk.

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