Sergipe uses facial recognition technology and drones to combat crime

Sergipe uses facial recognition technology and drones to combat crime
Sergipe uses facial recognition technology and drones to combat crime
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The Sergipe Civil Police is adopting innovative measures to reinforce its operations against crime. Through the use of drones and facial recognition technology, authorities are able to locate and arrest fugitives from justice more effectively.

The Intelligence Division (Dipol) has played a fundamental role in this process, applying advanced technologies that allow the crossing of data from databases with images captured in real time by drones.

This approach has proven to be highly efficient, providing significant results in the fight against crime in Sergipe. The use of facial recognition combined with databases offers advantages such as a faster and more targeted response from authorities.

Furthermore, this technology has also been useful in locating missing people, helping to increase public safety at public events.

The use of drones equipped with facial recognition represents an important advance in the police approach in Sergipe, providing a more efficient response to the challenges faced by authorities in the area of ​​public security.

Source: SSP/SE

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