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Fresh ideas sought for the Crowded Places Challenge

Global Security Challenge : 07 October, 2009  (Company News)
Global Security Challenge is seeking entrants for its Crowded Places Challenge for urban terrorism protection with a closing date of the end of October and a cash prize with valuable mentorship
The second annual Crowded Places Challenge, sponsored by BAE Systems and the UK's Instinct programme, aims to uncover and nurture new security technology that will protect civilians from terrorism in urban areas.

Do you have an innovation that will bring fresh thinking to the problem of protecting the general public from the threat of terrorism in crowded urban environments? Can you improve the ability to understand and model crowd behaviour?

The winner of the Crowded Places Challenge will receive:

• £10,000 cash award
• exclusive mentorship from an industry leader
• invaluable exposure and publicity

The awarding ceremony will take place in November 2009. Entry is free and the deadline for entries is Friday 30 October 2009.

Entrants must have an innovative idea to apply. You do not need products, prototypes, business plans or fully-formed companies to be eligible. Venture can have not more than £5 million GBP in annual revenues in 2008

Examples of the areas of interest for understanding and modelling crowd behaviour include, but are not limited to: software models, video analytics, behavioural analysis and cultural research.

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