Montreal, Quebec, Canada; September 17, 2009 – At ASIS 2009, Feeling Software will make the promise of an advanced 3D video surveillance system come true. Visitors to the Feeling Software’s booth #4231 will be treated to a special interactive 3D surveillance demonstration, with actual footage from an ongoing pilot deployment at Ecole Polytechnique de Montréal, a major Canadian university. The pilot program is expected to be completed by the end of this year.
Ecole Polytechnique may be remembered by most security professionals as the site of a 1989 school shooting that tragically took the lives of 14 female students. This terrible event prompted the entire educational and technology industries to join in the search for more innovative solutions to maintain the highest standard of security in keeping our children safe.
“For the Ecole Polytechnique security department, an important concern is the ability to follow a moving, armed suspect from camera to camera, live, in the case of an emergency” said Joshua Koopferstock, Director of Marketing at Feeling Software. “Omnipresence 3D Surveillance provides the flexibility to easily track a moving target throughout any secure environment. This raises the level of security for students, teachers and staff.”
Mr. Koopferstock added that many large security environments such as universities, airports, retail centers, entertainment venues and cargo shipping facilities that host very large camera networks experience similar difficulties in effectively making use of full capabilities of a large scale surveillance system. Feeling Software’s Omnipresence ASIS demonstration will provide a solution to meet those challenges.
For a live product demonstration, click here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NJUhYT9kB0E