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London police test body cameras connected to Microsoft Azure

Thursday 1 December 2016 | 10:01 CET | News
Police forces across London have started using Microsoft's Azure cloud service to store and review footage filmed on officer body cameras, known as Body-Worn Video (BWV) and developed by Microsoft partner Axon. . Around 22,000 police officers from 32 boroughs were given wearable video cameras in a project costing almost GBP 10 million. Microsoft said the footage will be uploaded to its Azure cloud service, where officers can study it and use it in court against those accused of wrongdoing.

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Categories: Internet / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Microsoft
Countries: United Kingdom
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