S'pore universities, polys explore motion sensors and other tech devices to deter voyeurs

The motion detectors will be fitted at communal toilets in NTU's hall residences, and will make a sound when they sense movement. PHOTO: NANYANG TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY, ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - Communal toilets in hall residences at the Nanyang Technological University (NTU) will be fitted with motion detectors this month to deter trespassers.

The pilot project, initiated by the Nanyang Neighbourhood Police Centre (Jurong Police Division), was announced in an e-mail to hall residents on April 8.

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