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Super Bowl security to use sensor fusion to fight WMD threats

As some 65,000 football fans gather at Ford Field in Detroit Sunday for this year’s Super Bowl XL, Michigan National Guard troops will be patrolling the stadium and nearby neighborhoods with handheld computers and special sensors tied together in a uniform system to fight terrorist threats. Similar systems have been used separately in the past to combat terrorism, but the one in place for this yea’s game will for the first time allow security officials to use a single interface, one wireless network and a variety of related equipment to monitor potential threats, providing real-time data wirelessly to all security personnel. Full Story

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