BAA to use Visual Defence technology

BAA, the British airports operator, has chosen Visual Defence for its video surveillance platform, which includes a C$7 million support services program.

By SETH FREEDMAN
July 4, 2006 09:30

BAA, the British airports operator, has chosen Visual Defence for its video surveillance platform, which includes a C$7 million support services program. Visual Defence, an Israeli company listed on the London Stock Exchange, said Monday it signed the seven-year contract, a week after announcing another deal with Stockholm's public transport system. Under the terms of the contract, Visual Defence will provide its unique Virtual Matrix System for use in all of BAA's airports around Britain, including Heathrow, Stansted and Gatwick.


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