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Stratovan Working to Advance Airport Security and Efficiency
Date:9/10/2014

Davis, California (PRWEB) September 10, 2014

Stratovan Corporation’s Automated Threat Recognition software and Digital Imaging and Communications in Security toolkit, both innovative developments in airport security, recently passed their critical design review stage. These two technology advances will not only enhance the safety of travelers but also improve the efficiency of airports.

The Automated Threat Recognition software (built upon their unique “Tumbler” image-segmentation technology) enhances explosives detection by automatically delineating all objects regardless of shape, topology or orientation within a computed tomography (CT) scan of checked baggage. The Digital Imaging and Communications in Security toolkit will facilitate standardized information exchange formats and will be pivotal in establishing interoperability standards for airport screening equipment.

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) awarded these two contracts to Stratovan in September 2013 and passing this milestone allows Stratovan to proceed to the next phase of design implementation and verification.

“We are excited to move on to the next phase of this project with TSA and to continue working toward our common goal of greater airport security," said Jim Olson, CEO, of Stratovan Corporation.

The critical design review ensured the Digital Imaging and Communications in Security toolkit and Automated Threat Recognition software are feasible and that the designs are verifiable. The critical design review included an assessment of the detailed project plans, engineering designs, risk mitigations, and plan details for verification and validation. The review included early demonstrations of the Automated Threat Recognition software proof of concept built upon Stratovan's "Tumbler" image-segmentation technology.

“Stratovan’s foundation is in medical image processing and now we are applying it to airport equipment interoperability and airport security. Keeping people safe is our legacy and strengthening airport security is a perfect example of that,” said David F. Wiley, Founder, President and CTO of Stratovan Corporation.

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Founded in 2005 by David F. Wiley, Ph.D. and Bernd Hamman, Ph.D., Stratovan Corporation is a company that evolved from the Institute for Data Analysis and Visualization (IDAV) at the University of California, Davis. The company offers a broad range of products in innovative 3D surgical planning for use in orthopedics, craniofacial surgery, neuroimaging, ophthalmology, veterinary medicine and other software to examine complex 3D shapes. Please visit http://www.stratovan.com for more information.

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