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Saturday, February 17, 2007

Company Commercializes Caltech Tech To Improve Security

A company that commercializes technologies from NASA and the US Department of Defense, announced that the company has made significant strides leveraging so-called "SHINE" expert system technology licensed from Caltech to pursue major opportunities in the commercial, defense, and homeland security sectors.

To penetrate the growing market formaritime container screening, port security, automated threat detection, real-time sensor fusion and embedded diagnostics/prognostics applications, VIASPACE Security says it is identifying and developing relationships with potential new customers, adding staff and resources to its SHINE-based development efforts, executing on its contract with L-3 Communications forthe US Department of Homeland Security's Advanced Container Security Device project, and teaming with Raytheon Company's Network Centric Systems on security and surveillance applications.

VIASPACE has an exclusive license from Caltech to commercialize SHINE technology for most major applications including container security, diagnostics/prognostics, sensor fusion and homeland defense. SHINE is areal-time inference engine and software platform originally developed by NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory for space flight operations, and is used in several NASA applications including the Mars Exploration Rover and Spacecraft Health Automatic Reasoning Pilot (SHARP) program.

Security Inc. is leveraging the technology along with its own development efforts to deliver high performance, real-time inference andsensor data fusion-based technologies, products and services. Sensor fusion combines large volumes of data, observations, and inferences derived frommultiple sources and sensors to generate reliable decision-supportinformation in critical applications where speed, accuracy and ease of deployment are crucial, the company says.

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