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Vidient SmartCatch Protecting Exit Lanes at Major UK Airport
Date:2/2/2010

s people standing near the exit lane.  In the case of a suspicious event, both human and automated actions, such as spoken audio warnings to turn back, are initiated to respond and contain the situation.  By combining video analytics technology with real-time control of security doors which shut if an intruder goes too far in the wrong direction, and without the requirement for at-location security personnel, the airport has significantly improved security and efficiency while reducing ongoing cost, delivering a return on investment resulting in payback within months, not years.  

"By using SmartCatch, yet another major international airport has substantially improved their security profile while increasing their efficiency as well, joining Vidient's many airport customers including San Francisco International," said Frank Pao, CEO of Vidient.  "With continued successful deployments, together with HRS, we are supplying the aviation industry with a sophisticated, cost effective and rapidly deployable application for securing airport exit lanes.  With this complete solution, our airport customers can rest confident that they can prevent exit lane violations that cause drastic consequences like the one that occurred recently in the U.S."

"To meet the strict requirements for deployment at airports, we required the most accurate and reliable video analytics solution available," said Neil Norman, CEO of HRS.  "We evaluated many solutions, but the performance of SmartCatch technology from Vidient met all the requirements of the demanding airport environment and was an essential element of the MFlow Exit Lane solution, in meeting regulatory requirements.  The MFlow solution, using SmartCatch technology delivers a very real opportunity for airports to invest in a solution that not only improves security, but also delivers a quick return on investment."<
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