ANPR – Roll out in the UK (2005)

A “24×7 national vehicle movement database” that logs everything on the UK’s roads and retains the data for at least two years is now being built, according to an Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) strategy document leaked to the Sunday Times. The system, which will use Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR), and will be overseen from a control centre in Hendon, London, is a sort of ‘Gatso 2’ network, extending. enhancing and linking existing CCTV, ANPR and speedcam systems and databases.

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2005/11/15/vehicle_movement_database/

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One Response to “ANPR – Roll out in the UK (2005)”

  1. Social Networking and Time Machines « Data - Where is it? Says:

    […] why does the goverment want to monitor who everybody is connected with? With ANPR, CCTV  facial and behviour recognition, DNA databases, electronic number plates and internet […]


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