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Smart city: Securing New Taipei

Lacking sufficient officers to police a growing populace by traditional methods, New Taipei City has turned to technology to more effectively uphold the law writes Yung-Jen I and Ching-Wei Su.

Smart city: Securing New Taipei

Date - 7th August 2013
By - Police Product Insight
In 2010, New Taipei was formally recognised as a satellite city of Taipei City, the capital of the Republic of China (Taiwan). The former suburb is now the most populous city in the country, with 3.9 million people living within a 2,052 km2 area....
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