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Articles: Issue 210 23 Sep 2009

CCTV cameras fall foul of new pixel rule

The network of wireless CCTV traffic cameras used by Westminster City Council has to be upgraded to comply with new Department for Transport (DfT) rules.

Around half of Westminster’s CCTV cameras are affected. The new regulations meant that the council could no longer use the cameras to enforce parking restrictions because the broadcast images use 704x576 pixels rather than the 720x576 pixels demanded by the new regulations.

The DfT has rejected an appeal by the council against the...

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