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The face recognition system is currently in use in various countries and is said to be a key technical component in mounting surveillance, especially in crowded areas.
In a first-of-its-kind step in the State, the Guntur civic body has started using a drone that sprays liquid solutions to kill mosquitoes.
The first commercial Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV)/ underwater drone, Eyerovtuna was developed by EyeROV Technologies.
Currently, there are around 60 hardware companies working on cutting-edge technologies at the 30,000-sq ft incubation facility.
Odisha Police plan to bring in anti-drone (UAV) device to mount surveillance on drones in the State.
An instruction will be passed to the police from the control room based on the visual,” said a senior official.
Nigerien and US officials told the newspaper that Central Intelligence Agency operatives have been flying surveillance drones from a small airport in the town of Dirkou.
Using a drone camera, excise officials on Friday detected ganja worth `8 lakh grown at Hebbalatti village in Vijayapura on Friday.
Rajnath Singh highlighted the need to adopt latest technologies to counter cyber crime which he called the biggest challenge in today's world.
Constituent Assembly chief Diosdado Cabello called the session to strip the lawmakers of their parliamentary immunity so they could face trial for the alleged and failed bid to kill the president.
A live broadcast of the incident on Venezuelan state television showed Maduro interrupted in mid-speech by an explosion and looking up in confusion.
Venezuela arrests six terrorists over attack on President Nicolas Maduro as opposition fears reprisals
Venezuela's socialist government alleged Sunday that the detained suspects conspired with others in Miami and the capital of neighbouring Colombia, though they offered no specific evidence.
They said the facility, north of Beit Lahiya, was used by a small group known as Al-Mujahedeen, which despite its name that means holy warriors in Arabic is not a Salafist movement.
Maduro said he had escaped an "assassination" attempt using an explosive-laden drone during a Caracas military parade, which the government said injured seven soldiers.
Maduro accused neighboring Colombia and unidentified "financiers" in the United States of being behind the blast, while some of his officials blamed Venezuela's opposition.