Falls Church, Va., January 11, 2016
Exhibit will feature latest product launch and a new service vehicle
MicroSearch®, a human presence detection system, will be featured at an exhibit at the American Correctional Association’s Winter Conference, Jan. 23-26, at the Ernest Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, La.
The event will serve as the official launch of the latest version of MicroSearch (MicroSearch® 4.0), which uses advanced technology to determine if an unauthorized person is hiding in a vehicle or container by detecting the vibrations caused by the person’s heartbeat. New features offer improved accuracy and a better user experience, including individual signal traces, a wind sensor, and a still camera.
The MicroSearch booth (#635) will feature a live demonstration of the system. In addition, a new service vehicle will be on display for tests and demonstrations.
MicroSearch® is a patented human presence detection system that deters stowaways and escapes by detecting unauthorized individuals hiding in vehicles or containers. Using advanced algorithms, the system quickly and non-invasively detects an unauthorized human presence by sensing their heartbeat. It is ideal for monitoring prison services, prison industries, inmate visitors, and staff vehicles.
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