CCT Demonstrates new Security and Surveillance Product at International Security Trade Show

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TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA – September 20, 2013 – Representatives from Command and Control Technologies Corporation will be demonstrating the company’s new Security & Surveillance Toolkit™ software at the ASIS International conference September 24-27 in Chicago, Illinois. Also known as SSTK, the new product offers a low cost solution for integrating real-time data from a variety of video, radar, and other sensors to identify, characterize, and track physical threats based on suspicious patterns of movement and other trends. The software provides security operators an intuitive real-time, geo-referenced, common operating picture coupled with automated threat prioritization, interrogation and interdiction tasking. SSTK can integrate sensors and other surveillance equipment to efficiently secure borders, perimeters, seaports, oil and gas facilities, and other high value wide area installations. The demonstration will take place in booth 4839.

“Our new Security and Surveillance Toolkit product goes beyond common video analytics commonly found in competing products,” said Peter Simons, CEO. “ASIS International offers us an opportunity to showcase this product to hundreds of potential users and large system integrators.”

“We will have an innovative demonstration on the trade show floor,” added Rodney Davis, CCT Chief Technology Officer. “SSTK will assess movement among attendees in the exhibit hall and identify those that match patterns specified by visitors to our live demonstration.”

Formerly known as the American Society for Industry Security, ASIS International has hosted this trade show annually since 1955. ASIS International is a global community of more than 38,000 security practitioners.

Security systems based on SSTK software have been deployed along the U.S. borders. In Michigan, the U.S. Coast Guard has demonstrated how the technology can pick out suspicious marine traffic in Lake Michigan among crowded holiday boating traffic. In Arizona, the U.S. Customs and Border Agency is using an early version of SSTK software to identify illegal border crossings and manage interdiction activity.

For more information on SSTK, please see

About CCT

Command and Control Technologies Corporation provides real-time mission critical automation to help decision makers control their operations efficiently and effectively. Based in Titusville, Florida near NASA’s Kennedy Space Center, CCT specializes in the design and development of highly automated control systems for mission critical applications like range control, space launch, automated perimeter security, and industrial process control. See for more information.


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