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NYPD, Microsoft create crime-fighting tech system

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A video wall showing New York city police officers an interactive map of the area, security footage from nearby cameras, if there are high radiation levels and whether any other threats have been made in New York. The Domain Awareness System, known as "the dashboard," instantaneously mines data from the NYPD's vast collection of arrest records, 911 calls, more than 3,000 security cameras city-wide, license plate readers and portable radiation detectors and aggregates it into a user-friendly, readable form.

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A video wall that shows New York city police officers an interactive map of the area, security footage from nearby cameras, locations where high radiation levels are detected and whether any other threats have been made in New York.

Associated Press

In this Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2013 photo, police officers monitor computer screens showing an interactive map of an area of the city, security footage from nearby cameras, if there are high radiation levels and whether any other threats have been made in New York city.

Associated Press

This Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2013 photo shows a detail of a video wall showing New York city police officers an interactive map of an area in the city, security footage from nearby cameras, if there are high radiation levels and whether any other threats have been made in New York.

Associated Press

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The Domain Awareness System, known as "the dashboard," instantaneously mines data from the NYPD's vast collection of arrest records, 911 calls, more than 3,000 security cameras city-wide, license plate readers and portable radiation detectors and aggregates it into a user-friendly, readable form. The project could pay off in more ways than one.
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    • A video wall showing New York city police officers an interactive map of the area, security footage from nearby cameras, if there are high radiation levels and whether any other threats have been made in New York. The Domain Awareness System, known as “the dashboard,” instantaneously mines data from the NYPD’s vast collection of arrest records, 911 calls, more than 3,000 security cameras city-wide, license plate readers and portable radiation detectors and aggregates it into a user-friendly, readable form.
    • A video wall that shows New York city police officers an interactive map of the area, security footage from nearby cameras, locations where high radiation levels are detected and whether any other threats have been made in New York.
    • In this Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2013 photo, police officers monitor computer screens showing an interactive map of an area of the city, security footage from nearby cameras, if there are high radiation levels and whether any other threats have been made in New York city.
    • This Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2013 photo shows a detail of a video wall showing New York city police officers an interactive map of an area in the city, security footage from nearby cameras, if there are high radiation levels and whether any other threats have been made in New York.
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