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Partnership enables radiation detection over surveillance networks.

Vidiation : 10 December, 2007  (Company News)
Vidiation and TopEyeView form partnership to offer their products in a joint package to enable V-RADS video based radiation detection to be used over video surveillance networks.
TopEyeView and Vidiation have entered in to a strategic partnership agreement. The relationship enables Vidiation to market TopEyeView's service to existing Vidiation customers and TopEyeView to offer Vidiation's radiation detection software, Vidiation -- Radiation Analytics Detection System (V-RADS), as an option to TopEyeView customers. Both firms are working on additional joint applications of their technologies to advance homeland security and emergency preparedness within the US and internationally.

V-RADS, recently launched at ASIS International in Las Vegas this September, uses information generated when high-energy gamma rays and particles interact with the image sensors of video surveillance cameras. "The establishment of a 'pervasive grid' -- layering V-RADS across the vast number of existing surveillance networks, from Main Street to Wall Street, is a major element of both Vidiation's mission and marketing strategy, said Frank O'Connor, Vidiation's president and CEO. "This partnership expands the reach of V-RADS by adding the dimension of mobility through flight. We're also very excited to be working with TopEyeView from an R&D perspective, which propels both companies to greater innovation."

"Our partnership strengthens a shared strategy to improve efficiencies and response time relating to information collection and interpretation," said Tamir Sagie, founder and CEO, TopEyeView. "The sheer volume of 'events,' such as people and materials 'in motion' through our ports, infrastructure, railroads, highways and cities offers a significant challenge to control and monitor. TopEyeView's ability to assess and observe an event with effective, real-time visual input is significantly improved with the addition of V-RADS to our offering."

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