An unblinking eye in the sky

A surveillance system designed by a Dayton, Ohio-based company can track crimes in real time, as they occur. Here’s how this persistent system works, and how it compares with traditional police surveillance methods. Read related article.

Sources: Ross McNutt, president of Persistent Surveillance Systems; Bryan Smith, training manager at the Airborne Law Enforcement Association | Darla Cameron and Alberto Cuadra/The Washington Post February 5, 2014
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