ST. PAUL, Minn., July 14 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Image Sensing Systems,Inc. (ISS) (Nasdaq: ISNS) announced today that it has been awarded a contract,through its exclusive distributor, Promel Projekt d.o.o., to supplyAutoscope(R) video vehicle detection systems for six tunnels in Croatia. TheAutoscope RackVision(TM) product will be installed to process over 90 camerasto be located throughout each tunnel. The Sveti Rok Tunnel, the longesttunnel of the six at over 5 km long, has 52 cameras in one tube alone. TheAutoscope system will be providing automatic incident detection for safetyprecautions.
Graham Heywood, Image Sensing Systems Europe Managing Director said today,"We are very pleased to be working with our partner, Promel Projekt inCroatia. The six tunnels combined together form one of the longest tunnel roadroutes in Europe to be provided with Automatic Incident Detection. Autoscopehas been selected for this and many other tunnel projects in Europe because itprovides the greatest level of road coverage per camera and does not rely onstand alone PC's that are not fault tolerant. This project will be equippedwith our latest Autoscope Rackvision units that are specifically designed fortunnel applications but yet retain the many years of algorithm developmentthat have made us world leaders in video detection."
Headquartered in St. Paul, Minnesota, Image Sensing Systems, Inc. combinesexpertise in image processing, hardware and software engineering, andcommunications to develop video vehicle detection systems for trafficmanagement and control applications. The Autoscope vehicle detection systemis the world leader in video detection for advanced traffic management systemsfor highways, tunnel incident detection, intersection control, and trafficdata collection. The Autoscope system provides traffic managers the means toreduce roadway congestion, improve roadway planning, and improve costefficiencies.
Safe Harbor Statement: This release contains "forward-looking statements"made pursuant to the safe harbor provisions of the Private SecuritiesLitigation Reform Act of 1995. There are certain factors that could causeresults to differ materially from those anticipated by some of the statementsmade, as listed in the Company's 2002 Annual Form 10-KSB.