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Submission + - Minneapolis Airport Installing 1800 high-definition surveillance cameras (startribune.com)

bzzfzz writes: The Metropolitan Airports Commission (MAC) is beginning a $20 million dollar upgrade of its surveillance system. The upgrade will include 1800 high-definition cameras, facial recognition systems, and digital archiving to replace the analog tape system in use since the 1980s. The system will serve both security and operational goals. The MAC asserts that improved camera technology yields improved security as though the connection between the two is so strong that no proof is required.
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Minneapolis Airport Installing 1800 high-definition surveillance cameras

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