The technology is reportedly going to be blended into the 40,000 security cameras in existence across the country
Surveillance cameras which can predict TERROR ATTACKS are to be rolled out across France.
The technology is reportedly going to be blended into the 40,000 security cameras in existence across the country.
French railway firm SNCF will use the technology, it has confirmed.
The new software which will be used in the cameras tracks changes such significant rises in body temperature and jerky body movements.
SNCF general secretary Stephane Volant said the technoligy was intended to improve security in France, and across its transport network, the Daily Mail reports.
“We are testing to work out what flags up people with a negative intention, an aggressor, or a groper”‘ he said.
He said which monitor whether packages have been left unattended for long periods of time were also being considered.
France is also considering a law to give SNCF security the power to search passengers’ luggage.