Within the frame of international collaboration, Axxon (former ITV) and Panasonic companies will take part in Security Technologies/Anti-terror International Forum. The two companies will have a common booth to demonstrate Axxon Professional digital video surveillance system and Face-Intellect facial recognition software developed by Axxon (former ITV) along with some high quality security products from Panasonic.
The Global Forum of Anti-terrorist Partnership of States and Business Corporations is scheduled to take place from 28th to 30th of November, 2006 in Moscow International Trade Center. The initiative of the forum is tended towards strengthening the anti-terrorism collaboration between states and business structures. G8 Ministers of Foreign affairs, Anti-terrorist and Special services heads will take part in this forum along with national business communities' representatives.
The Foreign Office of Russian Federation commissioned forum authorities to arrange a specialized exhibition under the name of Security Technologies/Anti-terror where state-owned and private companies of G8 countries will demonstrate the latest achievements in this field.
Exhibition sections will include: means of explosive devices treatment; special purpose weapons; non-lethal weapons; surveillance and photo equipment; cable and mobile phone lines monitoring equipment; communication systems and devices; item and document analysis means; search, protection and safety means; RF control equipment; personal protective equipment – caskets, armor vests, protective gears; criminalist equipment; software solutions.
Face-Intellect is a facial image capture solution capable of personal identification by means of a comparison with centralized database templates. Axxon Professional is an innovative digital surveillance system that stores, represents and retrieves video data to reach the highest possible level of controlling the situation and operational efficiency of decisions taken. Panasonic digital CCTV cameras integrated into Axxon (former ITV) products deliver high quality images to increase both operators' and intelligent video solutions' performance.
Video surveillance systems from Axxon (former ITV) having such perfect components as Panasonic CCTV cameras are quite a helpful technical means to assist law enforcement structures in their fight against crime and terrorism. A co-exposition of Axxon (former ITV) and Panasonic within the frame of this forum will be one of the first steps of a just started collaborative program. Further steps will lead to development of even more innovative and efficient security systems. Taking part in the anti-terror forum both companies show their readiness to build strong partnership with state structures for fighting crime and terrorism and providing safer environment for citizens.