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CyberExtruder showcasing new active suspect tracking feature at GSX 2018

 

CyberExtruder will join partners OnSSI and Milestone Systems next week at Global Security Exchange 2018 in Las Vegas. The company will be showcasing a new active suspect tracking feature as part of its Aureus 3D-AI face recognition platform.

The new feature is called “Follow Me” and was previewed earlier this year. According to the announcement, it has quickly gained recognition as a tool for combating active shooter situations.

“The integration of ‘Follow Me’ into our partner’s VMS platforms is a big step forward for global security and safety,” explains Paul Nicholas, CyberExtruder CEO. “The constant barrage of mass shootings in the news reinforced the demand for a solution like this.”

CyberExtruder will be demonstrating the “Follow Me” technology at both the OnSSI and Milestone Systems booths.

IDScan.net, Secugen and Real Time Networks will also be demonstrating biometric technology at the show.

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