A global network of cameras

In what would be the first ever continuous survey of the entire night sky, Laser SETI aims to create a world-wide network of specialized cameras, allowing scientists to detect alien signals shorter than a millisecond.
Laser SETI would use astronomy-grade cameras with a large field of view.
A specialized processing system would allow them to read out the camera more than 1,000 times per second.
The cameras would be able to look in all directions at once.
Each observatory could use a handful of these devices – and, with 6-8 observing stations around the world, the scientists could continuously monitor both hemispheres of the sky.