The blink surveillance camera system was widely criticised by privacy groups and consumer groups for not having enough data to track a suspect and for its lack of privacy.
But now the technology has been used in a major trial, and there are claims it can also be used to identify criminals.
What is a blink camera?
It’s a small, single-purpose, colour-activated camera that uses lasers to detect light.
It can be mounted on a wall, wall socket or in a doorbell.
It’s used by police and fire services, to help them keep tabs on suspicious people.
But it has been widely criticised for not being able to record when someone was actually looking at them.
What do they see?
The device will scan a person’s face and identify their facial features, such as eyes, mouth, nose, and mouth area.
These include features like eyelid width and angle.
It also sends information to the police.
The police will also receive the information.
How does it work?
A blink camera is a small piece of glass or plastic that is embedded with a laser beam, so it can track someone’s movements.
The laser beam can then send information to an embedded processor that reads the information and sends it to a police or fire service device.
A device that does this can then capture the image, analyse the image and then record the person’s movements and movements from the time of the image being captured until the person leaves the scene.
When a person leaves, the data will be transferred to the cloud.
Why is it being used in trials?
The technology is being used by a range of organisations to identify and track criminals.
Some of these organisations have used the technology for years to catch criminals in the act of committing crimes, and it’s also being used for security monitoring.
The technology can also identify people who have been involved in drug dealing or other offences.
In the trial, a court in NSW has used it to track people who are selling drugs or other drugs.
In another trial, police in South Australia used it for tracking criminals after they had allegedly broken into an apartment, stole money and then escaped.
How did it get started?
The trial started when the NSW Police Service began using the technology to identify suspects.
The trial is now due to be completed in April 2018, and the police and courts have already started using the cameras.
The trials have been funded by a grant from the Australian Crime Commission.
What are the trials looking at?
The NSW Police have used a wide range of different types of surveillance technology to track criminals in recent years.
The NSW Government has allocated more than $100 million for the trials, and more than 50 companies are part of the trial.
Some have been tested in trials in South Africa and New Zealand, and others in Europe and the US.
Police and courts in NSW are now investigating whether the technology is useful and appropriate for policing and criminal justice.
They have also been investigating the technology’s use in the courts, and whether the data collected from these trials can be used in court proceedings.