New 3D Planning Tool Highlights Latest Release of Omnipresence 3D Security Platform

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Feeling Software, provider of mission-critical 3D solutions for physical security, geospatial, and urban safety applications, today launches the latest version of its acclaimed Omnipresence 3D security platform.

Security begins with a plan. Yet when that means planning where hundreds of new surveillance cameras should optimally go, creating that plan is a no simple job. With the just-launched Omnipresence 3D Version 2.3, security directors and consultants can now use the intuitive interface of the 3D Planning Tool to design a new surveillance camera layout in minutes, instantly seeing the benefits and drawbacks of numerous configurations.

“With Omnipresence 3D, we’ve always had one goal: find simple approaches to complex security challenges,” said Christian Laforte, President of Feeling Software. “With tools for planning, live monitoring, and investigation all built on a common underlying 3D technology, Omnipresence aids security directors through complex challenges over many years, as they build, use, and upgrade their security system.”

By focusing on the full security life cycle, from planning to live security monitoring, to incident investigation and future upgrades, Feeling Software leverages its paradigm-shifting 3D technology to create solutions for the long-term demands of high-security facilities.

What’s new in Omnipresence 3D Version 2.3?

  • 3D Planning Tool
  • Ability to conduct complex “big-picture” investigations in minutes
  • Reverse suspect tracking
  • 360 degree panoramic lens support (ImmerVision Panomorph) & advanced functions

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About Feeling Software

Feeling Software is driven to advance security technology for improved public safety and private security. Since 2005, Montreal-based Feeling Software has applied its expertise in mission-critical 3D applications for technology leaders such as Google, the Canadian Space Agency, and Sony in the security, geospatial and simulation fields.


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