Feeling Software Attends Global Security Industry Conferences in Singapore and Las Vegas

March and April were very busy months for Montreal-based Feeling Software. The company exhibited at the Global Security Asia 2011 Conference in Singapore and at ISC West in Las Vegas. The company has expanded its industry conference participation in 2011 to also include: the Law Enforcement Information Management Conference, June 13-15 in San Diego; The ESRI User Conference, July 12-14 in San Diego; and ASIS 2011, Sept. 19-22 in Orlando.

Feeling Software is currently deploying its Omnipresence 3D solution for the security of Singaporean Army assets and expects to announce additional new application projects in the near future. The company partnered with O’Connor’s Singapore during GSA and with ERSI at ASIS 2010.

Feeling Software’s Omnipresence 3D Security Platform is an advanced command and control (PSIM) system for deployments in airports, utilities, cities, universities and other applications with complex security needs. With its 3D interface, the platform provides a common monitoring and alarm platform for multiple security and safety systems, including CCTV, fire, access control and other third-party systems.

“We are very pleased with the recognition and interest Feeling Software received at the GSA conference in Singapore, as well as the continued interest in our products at ISC West,” said Christian Laforte, president of Feeling Software. “We are looking forward to a great year in which we expect the company to grow and add new employees.”

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