Description of original award (Fiscal Year 2007, $499,878)
The goal of this effort is to develop an affordable video-based site surveillance system that will enable unattended remote monitoring of locations such as schools, public parks, prison yards and public venues. This project will produce an antiterrorism technology that can remotely detect terrorist's criminal behavior in public places.
Deliverable for this effort is a proof-of-concept demonstration, statistical performance analysis, semi-annual progress reports and final progress report.
The majority of the users of this technology will be local law enforcement.
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