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Government Security News August Digital Edition

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helicopters, fixed wing aircraft and unmanned air vehicles. The compact SHAPO camera payload includes a high sensitivity color Day Camera and a Thermal Imaging Camera with a Continuous Optical Zoom Lens. The SHAPO can also include an optional Laser Range Finder and/or Laser Pointer as well as an optional Mission Management Moving Map System. M a r i t i m e and Land versions of the SHA- PO, for installation on patrol boats, vessels and observation vehicles, are available as well. The SHAPO is used worldwide for a variety of long-range surveillance and observation applications including Law Enforcement, Search & Rescue, Homeland Security and Defense. CONTROP’s airborne payloads are installed on a variety of airships and aerostats worldwide, in order to provide public security and safety. About CONTROP Precision Technologies Ltd. CONTROP specializes in the development and production of Electro-Optical and Precision Motion Control Systems. The company’s specialists have over 35 years of experience in EO / IR products for Surveillance, Defense and Homeland Security. CONTROP’s main product lines include: Automatic passive Intruder Detection Systems for airport perimeter surveillance, coastal surveillance, port and harbor security, border surveillance, the security of sensitive sites and ground troop security; High performance Stabilized Observation Payloads used for day and night surveillance on board UAVs, small UAVs and aerostats/ balloons, helicopters, light aircraft, maritime patrol boats and ground vehicles; Thermal Imaging Cameras with high performance continuous Zoom Lens and state-of-the-art image enhancement features, and more. CONTROP’s products are in 16 daily operational use in many of the most critical surveillance, homeland security and defense programs worldwide. For more information on CONTROP, please visit the company’s website: FREE SUBSCRIPTION SIGN-UP Monthly Digital Edition Airport/Seaport Newsletter Daily Insider Newsletter GSN Media Kit CLICK HERE

GSN’s 2016 Homeland Security Awards Program Now Accepting Entries at: The 2016 Government Security News Awards Program, featuring many new categories in Cybersecurity, Physical Security, Government Agency Innovations and Mobile Technologies will open for entries on August 24 and will close for entries on November 15. In good news for Winners and Finalists, GSN will be reinstating its annual Homeland Security Awards Dinner in Washington, DC in the first week of December, in a venue to be announced. Longtime participants in the GSN awards programs will recall that previous GSN Awards Dinners have featured top government, military leaders and respected television commentators such as 4-Star General Barry McCaffrey (Ret); Fran Townsend, Homeland Security Advisor to George W. Bush, James Kallstrom, Assistant Director of the FBI and Admiral Thad Allen (Ret), Commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard who came out of retirement twice to serve his county, first in Hurricane Katrina and later in the BP Oil Spill. The cost of an entry for vendors is $300 per entry, but there is no charge for government agencies or departments. All Winners and Finalists receive Awards Emblems, and all Winners receive a handsome, gold-trimmed plaque describing their winning entries. All Winners and Finalists will also be invited to participate in the 2016 Digital Yearbook of Awards Winners. To see photo gallery of previous Awards Dinners: For information on the Awards Dinner or Sponsorships, Contact Adrian Courtenay, Managing Partner, at, (Mobile) 917-696-5782