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Press Release 09-017
Keeping an Eye on the Inauguration

New system enabled law enforcement to monitor security cameras all at once, even from police cruisers

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Photo of Colleen Beeson of VSee holding the hardware component of their virtual office system.

Colleen Beeson of VSee holds the hardware component of their virtual office system, a technology that helped law enforcement monitor a vast number of security cameras at the 2009 Inauguration of President Barack Obama.

Credit: VSee


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Milton Chen, chief technology officer at VSee and one of the developers of the technology, explains how the system works and the critical differences between the VSee interface and existing applications.

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Errol Arkilic describes the VSee technology and how it fits within the broader framework of federal investments for small-business research and development. Arkilic is the program manager in NSF's Division of Industrial Innovation and Partnerships who oversees VSee's NSF grant.

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The employees at VSee use the application for their own multi-national telework environment.

The employees at VSee use the application for their own multi-national telework environment. As one can see in the image, resolution is high enough that each user can gauge the social cues of his or her colleagues, and even tell when a colleague might be too busy to interact, just as in a standard office environment.

Credit: VSee


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Photo of the VSee hardware as it appears installed within a security system.

The VSee hardware is shown as it appears installed within a security system.

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