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Vidiation Threat Detection Tests Appear Successful

Tuesday, July 24, 2007 5:00:00 AM PDT | VentureDeal Staff

CHICAGO, IL -- Surveillance software company Vidiation announced preliminary results from a second, final testing process for detection of dirty bomb threats at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory.

According to the company, the software-based technology that detects the presence of radioactive materials by analyzing streams of surveillance video appeared to confirm the results of previous tests at Sloan-Kettering.

Company CTO Eric Rubenstein commented, "We reduced detection times by a factor of five due to improvements in our software, and have a high degree of confidence the results will show V-RADS is accurate across the full spectrum of tests."

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