Small Medium Enterprise Wins Prestigious Security Innovation Award
MANCHESTER, England, March 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — MIDAS, a mobile image and data acquisition system designed and developed by Daetech systems (UK) Ltd and used by many forces worldwide has won a prestigious award in the UK, facilitated by ADS, the trade organization for advancing UK Air, Defense and Security industries; sponsored by General Dynamics, a leading prime contractor and systems integrator to military and civil defense and security; and judged by CAST, the Home Office’s Centre for Applied Science and Technology. MIDAS, declared the outright winner, won the ADS Security and Innovation Award 2012.
Commenting on the award, Rees Ward, CEO ADS said, “The winning technology, MIDAS, is a technology developed by Daetech Systems addresses a police investigator’s need to effectively recover and collate video and data evidence such as CCTV from a multiplicity of recording formats. Versions of MIDAS are being used by many forces in the UK including the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI), Nottingham, West Mercia and Gloucestershire constabularies, as well as UK Counter Terrorism. ADS congratulates Daetech Systems on their award and we wish them continued success in their production of cutting edge security equipment.”
Managing Director of Daetech, Andrew Wallwork said, “We are delighted with this recognition from the industry. Daetech is only a small company, but we do have a big reputation and our systems are being adopted by UK and international police forces. With the Integration of our global partners Cognitech Inc, Pasadena, USA, and their world leading Tri Suite forensic analysis, enhancement and visual computing software package, globally recognized and based on many scientific peer reviewed white papers and patents, making the MIDAS a powerful and versatile tool in the fight against crime and terrorism.”
For more information on the award winning bespoke solution please contact Daetech at sales(at)daetechsystems(dot)com
SOURCE Daetech Systems