INTERPOL confirmed that at least two passports, which were recorded in its Stolen and Lost Travel Documents databases, were used by passengers on board the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370.
Singapore Police Force will soon broadcast even more timely alerts ...
Indonesian Ministry of Communications and Information Technology and National Disaster Management Agency have launched a Media Centre to spread information for better disaster management.
South Australia Police has implemented a mobile fingerprint scanning solution that allows officers to verify a person’s identity on the go.
The Academy of Art University in San Francisco USA, with over 18,000 students, has implemented a new scaleable access control platform to increase campus safety and security, reduce theft, and improve campus experience.
In preparation for Winter Olympics 2014, the International Airport of Sochi has rolled out an integrated security system with a wide range of capabilities including security monitoring, alarm situation detection and rapid response.
Ministry of Communications and Information Technology of Indonesia and Indonesian National Board for Disaster Management will launch a three-digit emergency phone line and four-digit SMS gateway to make it easier for the public to contact the authorities.
Hyderabad city in India recently announced plans to trial mobile devices to enable online police verification of passport applications and cut delivery time of passports.
The Queensland Police Service will be leveraging a 3D mobile scanner called Zebedee, which will enable officers to produce an accurate 3D map of crime scene in less than 20 minutes.
London’s Metropolitan Police Service has launched its vision of how it will use technology to transform crime fighting in the capital city and become “the first truly digital police force”.
The House of Representatives recently approved a proposed bill which that mandates telecommunication companies in the Philippines to send text alerts free of charge in the event of natural or man-made disasters and calamities.
India is likely to issue electronic passports, embedded with biometric information and a digital signature of a passport official, from next year. It has seen a rise in the number of passports issued annually and expects to issue more than 10 million by early 2015.
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