Superbowl XLIII Edition

Technology Review | A New Superbowl Security System

Tampa authorities are using Microsoft’s Surface display to better protect fans.

Friday, January 30, 2009

By Brittany Sauser

Experts have spent the past year building a sophisticated security system for Super Bowl XLIII, which takes place this Sunday in Tampa Bay, FL. The system will allow security personnel at this year’s event to remotely track all activities on and off the field. It will also be used to plan events and report incidents. …

Just for today, brings you a special edition. Check out a video of Tampa Incident Commander Major Bennett demonstrating Microsoft Surface’s role in protecting this year’s Superbowl.

Did he just say “counter snipers”? Did I hear that right? Well, I guess it is the Superbowl…

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