a wireless camera designed to track cars and read license plates
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Flock car tracking device could cut crime in your neighbourhoodFlock's sensor will log the number plate of each car that drives into a street It will also capture images and in the future could include facial recognition It has already led to the conviction of one offender, according to its creators The Flock sensor is expected to cost around £40 ($50) a year per house A new 'neighbourhood watch' sensor device that can track traffic on local streets has been unveiled.
Sensor tracks who is driving in your neighbourhood - BBC NewsA start-up that lets residents monitor who drives in and out of their neighbourhood was among the companies revealed at a Silicon Valley event on Monday. Flock's sensor, which it offers for $50 a year per house, logs the number plates of every car that drives into a street and takes a picture.