Prison service to trial real-time tracking system

Prison Without Guards project will involve visitors and external vehicles entering Changi complex

The system will allow the tracing of a person's real-time location within the prison complex.
The system will allow the tracing of a person's real-time location within the prison complex.PHOTO: ST FILE

The Singapore Prison Service (SPS) is looking to use Bluetooth trackers to monitor the real-time movements of visitors and external vehicles entering Changi Prison Complex.

An SPS tender in late January shows that it wants to conduct the trial tracking system for up to seven months. The system will allow the tracing of a person's real-time location within the prison complex.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on March 22, 2020, with the headline 'Prison service to trial real-time tracking system'. Subscribe