VSTEP introducing EyeObserve Simulator for Surveillance Camera Operators at ITEC 2012
Date posted: 15-05-2012
VSTEP will be demonstrating its EyeObserve Simulator for Surveillance Camera Operators and its RescueSim Incident Management Simulator at ITEC 2012 in London.
The EyeObserve simulator is an effective training tool to detect and interpret deviant behavior in real-time on virtual surveillance camera images. The simulator allows surveillance camera operators to identify strange and suspicious behavior and detect and report criminal & terrorist activities. The EyeObserve Simulator was developed in cooperation with the Rotterdam-Rijnmond Police, the National Coordinator Bureau for Counterterrorism (NCTV) and TNO Defence & Security.
Visit the VSTEP stand L122 from 22-24 May at ExCeL in London, UK.
- For more info about about ITEC 2012, visit www.itec.co.uk
We are looking forward to meeting you at stand L122!
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