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VOTI 3-D Perspective X-Ray Technology Provides Security Screening for International Conference

MONTREAL, Nov. 22, 2012 /PRNewswire/ - It was "mission accomplished" for VOTI's ground-breaking 3-D Perspective x-ray scanning technology at a recent international conference held in Quebec City, October 21-26.

VOTI, a leading developer of new-generation scanners, was delighted to have been selected to provide x-ray security screening for the prestigious event, a task that demanded highest standards in security screening, efficient throughput and minimal wait times for the over 1,400 foreign delegates from 162 countries. Deployed at multiple checkpoint locations within the expansive Palais des Congrès, VOTI's XR3D-6 systems generated over 17,000 scans to effectively deliver reliable, continuous-flow security screening throughout the course of the event. 

Government security coordinators were particularly impressed by the XR3D's user-friendly LCD touchscreen and GUI, which facilitate straightforward, intuitive operator use. The benefits of this leading-edge technology include minimal operator training and fewer hold-ups caused by inexperienced users. During this conference, over 40 new users were successfully trained and able to smoothly operate the systems, making the event a success for both VOTI and the conference organizers.

"We are proud to have been called upon to provide our technology for such a high profile event", VOTI's President and CEO, William Awad stated, "Our R&D remains focused on creating innovative products that raise the bar on technical performance, while making the job easier for front line security professionals."

About VOTI
VOTI is a privately held Canadian technology company that specializes in the design, development and production of new-generation x-ray security scanners. Powered by an innovative proprietary software platform, VOTI's breakthrough 3-D perspective technology provides remarkably sharp and revealing x-ray images, along with broad threat detection and material identification capabilities, at highly competitive prices.

SOURCE Voti Inc.

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