It, again, raises concern among privacy advocates about how far the government is willing to go to keep tabs on its citizens.
Huang Yongzhen, CEO of Watrix, the company that designed the system, says it can identify people from up to 50 meters feet , even when their back is turned or their face is covered. Credit: Associated Press.
Watrix requires only a clear view of the person walking, even from the back or side. Down the line, security officials say they are developing an integrated national system of surveillance camera data, of which the new gait identification system would be added.
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