Waking up in Montreal Stoping a terrorist attack
False flag attack planned for the Montreal Metro?
"There are thousands of us in Montreal who know what happened on 9/11 and in London on 7/7 and if there is an attack on the Metro (the local mass transit system), we’re not going to believe you when we try to tell us it was Al-Qaeda or Iran."
Verint, the "security" company that enabled the false flag attack in London on 7/7, has just set up shop in the Montreal Metro.
Meanwhile, the news media is Montreal has been working overtime to run stories about how "dangerous" the Metro is and why it "needs" this new camera system.
Montreal is not part of the TV-addled United States. The kind of BS that flies in the States won’t fly there as this preemptive message from its citizen to the City Council (and whoever else is listening) demonstrates.
Montreal Metro Selects Verint Networked Video Solution To Enhance Security of Mass Transit System
Solution to be Deployed Across Montreal’s Underground Railway
MELVILLE, N.Y., October 12, 2004, Verint Systems Inc. (NASDAQ: VRNT), a leading provider of analytic software-based solutions for communications interception, networked video security and business intelligence, today announced that the Société de transport de Montréal is deploying Verint’s Networked Video Solution to enhance passenger security and deter crime across the Montreal Metro system. Société de Transport de Montréal is responsible for operating the city’s mass transit system, including the Montreal Metro and bus lines.
The Montreal Metro system provides underground access to the city of Montreal and its suburbs via four train lines averaging approximately 800,000 passenger trips every weekday. The Metro also provides access to Montreal’s “indoor city,” a widespread underground network of pedestrian promenades that connects major downtown buildings. The Verint Networked Video solution will enable Metro surveillance officers to enhance security of the underground rail system by centrally monitoring passenger platforms and certain parts of the track from the Metro’s central operations center. The solution will be delivered in conjunction with Verint partner Solutions Technologiques Enixum.
“The Montreal Metro is a source of pride for our city, and has been designated as one of the safest systems in North America by the American Public Transportation Association (APTA),” said Claude Dauphin, Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Société de Transport de Montréal. “But in this era of heightened awareness, it’s imperative for us to continually enhance security and provide the safest possible travel environment for our riders. Verint’s Networked Video Solution will enable us to monitor movement, protect passengers and deter crime across our rail system.”
Verint’s Networked Video Solutions enable government and commercial organizations to enhance the security of their facilities by networking video across multiple locations and applying advanced content analytics to extract actionable intelligence from live and stored video. By alerting security personnel to potential security threats, Verint’s Networked Video Solutions are designed to help organizations prevent security breaches and improve response time.
“We are pleased to help the Montreal Metro to enhance security for its passengers and its infrastructure,” said Dan Bodner, President and CEO of Verint Systems Inc. “We have significant experience working with transportation authorities and are committed to delivering innovative networked video solutions to enhance security for the global transportation industry.”
About Verint Systems Inc.
Verint Systems Inc., headquartered in Melville, New York, is a leading provider of analytic software-based solutions for communications interception, networked video security and surveillance, and business intelligence. Verint software, which is used by over 1,000 organizations in over 50 countries worldwide, generates actionable intelligence through the collection, retention and analysis of voice, fax, video, email, Internet and data transmissions from multiple communications networks. Verint is a subsidiary of Comverse Technology, Inc. (NASDAQ: CMVT). Visit us at our website www.verint.com.
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