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Saturday, 12 June 2010

Sniper sensors from Iraq and Afghanistan to be used in Birmingham - Times Online


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Sniper sensors from Iraq and Afghanistan to be used in Birmingham - Times Online: "Technology that locates snipers in Afghanistan and Iraq is being deployed by police on the streets of Birmingham to identify where a gun is fired from.
The ShotSpotter will use audio sensors spread around the northwest of the city, where most of the gun crime occurs, and will recognise the acoustic soundwaves made by a shot fired up to two miles away.
Once a gun has been fired the sensors will detect the location to within ten metres. The system will send the details to the force control room within seconds. Armed officers can then be scrambled without the need for a 999 call and CCTV cameras can be focused on the area.
The technology, the first of its kind in Britain, is also able to tell whether a gun has been fired from a moving car, which direction it is travelling in and how many guns have been fired."


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