Smart system for police lock-ups

Going high-tech: Zulkifli (centre) taking to Mimos President Datuk Abdul Wahad Abdullah (right) after a visit to the Jinjang lock-up. Looking on is Datuk Tajuddin Mohd Isa.

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s lock-ups are going smart with the installation of an intelligent monitoring system that can detect suspicious behaviour by inmates.

The Self-Monitoring Analytics Reporting Technology (SMART) works by recognising unusual movements and behaviour, such as loitering, climbing, vandalism, suicidal tendencies and fighting.

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