Surveillance control system nominated for awards at IFSEC 2011

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2020 TuchControl, a surveillance command and control system from 2020 Imaging, has been nominated as a finalist for two awards to be presented during the security show IFSEC 2011, taking place in Birmingham, UK from 16-19 May. 2020 Imaging provides video analytics solutions for the security market.

The system will be involved in the final of the IFSEC future of security competition, which aims to find the next generation of security innovations. It has also been nominated in the Integrated Security Product of the Year category, part of the IFSEC security industry awards celebrating security innovations over the last 12 months.

The 2020 TuchControl multi-touch screen interface can be implemented on both large and small display systems. Available sensor data, including output from video content analytics, is married with geographical information using 3D maps and GPS location data to accurately plot all assets, alarms, sensor readings and mobile resources. Live video feeds can be superimposed onto 3D maps and models with the camera space and virtual (3D) space treated as one. This provides a holistic view to the operator in a control room enabling effective real-time action and response.

Nigel Barrington, chief executive of 2020 Imaging, said: 'Since the first introduction of 2020 TuchControl at IFSEC 2010 we have demonstrated and marketed the system in a number of countries. We have received a huge amount of interest from a variety of sectors. In October 2010 we were finalists at the Security Excellence Awards and we are truly honoured to have been selected as finalists in two more contests. We believe that we have created a radically different ground breaking product and it seems that others agree.'

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