Anybody involved in UK RPAS operations should read this, input, and be prepared to deal with the implications.
By Jonathan Bamford, Head of Strategic Liason.
It’s fair to say that 2000, when we first published our guidance on CCTV, feels like a very long time ago. Back then, what we meant by CCTV needed little explanation, immediately conjuring up thoughts of video cameras on poles.
How times change. Today we’ve begun consulting on an updated version of our CCTV code of practice that includes everything from automatic recognition of car number plates to flying drones.
Those two examples are both from the emerging technologies section, which perhaps makes for some of the most interesting reading. There’s a section in there on body worn cameras, for instance, which have attracted headlines recently as the Metropolitan Police Service announced their roll out.
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