DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - A new security camera soon to be assembled in Dayton couldchange the way our airports, police departments, and even ourmilitary keep us safe.
During a news conference Monday, November, 30, Mayor Rhine McLinand other city leaders cheered for Tech Town and a brand new hightech security camera that can "see" several miles away.
Dayton company STAN Solutions' partner, Israel based AdaptiveImaging Technologies, recently won a "Most Promising SecurityStart-Up" award for their high resolution, panoramic camera.
It is still in production mode, but officials said its like 50cameras in one, and can monitor and observe areas up to six milesaway.
STAN Solutions is partnering with the University of Dayton'sInstitute for Development and Commercialization of Advanced SensorTechnology (IDCAST) to expand the camera's capabilities withadditional night time sensors.
IDCAST Director Larrell Walters said this camera its ideal forborder patrol, police departments, college campuses, and securityat airports.
"If police were trying to catch a bad guy, you could follow himfor miles and track him down," Walters said.
Each camera costs less than $100,000.
Waynesville first responders are at the scene where a vehicle slammed into a house.
Firefighters evacuated the Northmont High School auditorium Wednesday night after smoke filled the auditorium.
A Winter Storm Watch will take effect late Thursday night through late Friday night for most of the area.
Six people were taken to the hospital Wednesday evening following a rollover crash in Huber Heights.
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