Hi-tech security systems tested on London rail

Thursday, 22 December 2005, 3:21 AM EST

Body Imaging scanners or sophisticated CCTV which can automatically spot suspicious behaviour could be introduced on parts of the rail and Tube networks to combat the threat of suicide terrorists. Both hi-tech systems are being tested as part of a range of measures designed to reduce the chances of a repeat of the London bombings, said Transport Secretary Alistair Darling.

At TMCnet.

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