InfrAegis introduces iaMedium national security and public service communications system

CHICAGO, 25 April 2006. InfrAegis Inc. (Ia) plans to present its latest innovation in the war against terrorism -- the iaMedium -- on Thursday, April 27, at Navy Pier in Chicago. IaMedium, a national security and public safety communication system, can detect a variety of hazardous threats, deploy prescripted countermeasures, and provide a first responder communications system to ensure reliable broadcasting in the event of a catastrophic terrorist attack or natural disaster.

Apr 25th, 2006

CHICAGO, 25 April 2006. InfrAegis Inc. (Ia) plans to present its latest innovation in the war against terrorism -- the iaMedium -- on Thursday, April 27, at Navy Pier in Chicago. IaMedium, a national security and public safety communication system, can detect a variety of hazardous threats, deploy prescripted countermeasures, and provide a first responder communications system to ensure reliable broadcasting in the event of a catastrophic terrorist attack or natural disaster.

"IA's proposal to the U.S. and other world governments offers cities, ports, and border-crossings technology to protect and inform people," says Greg Webb, chairman of InfrAegis. "iaMedium is designed to work continuously through natural disasters, terrorist attacks, and other crises to deliver public and emergency messages concerning everything from crowd control to evacuation routes."

iaMedium's national security and public safety communication system is designed for global installation in cities, transportation systems, airports, and buildings, as well as corporate and university campuses, sports, and entertainment venues.

IaMedium provides a national security solution by casting a safety ring of detection for nuclear, radiological, chemical, biological, explosive, and other hazardous threats by utilizing an array of cutting-edge hazard detection sensors and cameras.

iaMedium incorporates four of IA's detection systems:
(1) Nuclear/Radioactive Isotope Detection System --statistically eliminates the possibility of false positive alarms;
(2) Computer-Aided Trace Detection System --determines whether weapons of mass destruction, explosives, firearms, opiates, vehicle-smuggled humans, or other contraband materials are present;
(3) Incident Video Synchronization System (IVSS) -- records multiple streams of digital video in both day and night formats, positively identifying a detected vehicle, cargo container, or person via remote monitoring; and
(4) Global Operations Monitoring and Analysis Center (GOMAC) -- monitors, records, analyzes, alerts, and enacts automatic preapproved electronic countermeasures when a threat is detected.

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