Wanted: Tech to strengthen crowds from terrorism

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The Government hopes the scheme will urge the notice and showing of intensity threats in swarming spaces.

Up to £2m will be done accessible to fund serve investigate into the technology.

Security Minister Ben Wallace will announce the appropriation at a limit in London today.

He will say: “The hazard from terror does not mount still so conjunction will we, which is because we are job on the best and the brightest from the scholarship and record zone to come brazen with their ideas and proposals to support the ongoing work to keep people safe.”

The competition, run by the Home Office and Defence and Security Accelerator, with support from the Royal Society, calls for investigate proposals on how to revoke the hazard from terrorists carrying weapons or explosives.


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Security Accelerator was combined to find new record in the margin and conduct Lucy Mason pronounced that industry, academics and open servants were all indispensable in the battle against terrorism.

She added: “We don’t have all the answers. So we must bring together the brightest minds from the private sector, and academia to help find solutions to help keep the country and people protected and secure.

“The Defence and Security Accelerator exists to help supervision find and feat game-changing ideas to help the confidence services and police stay one step forward of those who bluster the safety.

“By appropriation and quick tracking the growth of genuine solutions, we help to bring the creation village together, rapidly.

“So currently we strech out to the creation village to be partial of something bigger and show their support for their country.

“I’d inspire anyone who feels they have a good thought that can help keep the swarming areas protected to visit the website for some-more information on this competition.”

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