Holographic CCTV Among Security Measures for Super Bowl XL
As the Pittsburgh Steelers and Seattle Seahawks try to
secure a Vince Lombardi Trophy, several electronic security
measures will be in place to protect the teams and those
who watch them at Feb. 5’s Super Bowl XL at Detroit’s Ford
Field. Among the measures will be the first public use of a
new technology that turns CCTV images into three-
dimensional holograms to help identify security threats
Security officials will use the LifeVision3D™ 3-D
technology to reveal shadows, angles and depths not usually
seen in conventional, two-dimensional images.
While most of the security measures haven’t been made
public, the Associated Press says measures are expected to
include electronic video scanning of the undersides of
vehicles, face-recognition systems, video monitoring of the
several pre- and post-Super Bowl parties and celebrations,
and other security measures.
Security officials will also make use of an extensive CCTV
and security system installed when Ford Field was built in
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