KUALA LUMPUR -- Chinese surveillance and security startup Yitu Technology has made its first foray into Malaysia, supplying wearable cameras with artificial intelligence-powered facial-recognition technology to a local law enforcement agency.
The Shanghai-based company's devices have been in use since February by the Auxiliary Force, a unit of the Malaysian police that provides security at public facilities such as ports. The deal also marks the first use of such wearable devices by the country's law enforcement agencies.
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