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Copp in the News: UDRI, Dayton Company Collaborate on New Security Tech

From the July 31, 2019 article on the Dayton Daily News’ website:

The University of Dayton and a Dayton security technology business have collaborated on a new public safety technology.

The technology, dubbed “Footprint,” was developed by the University of Dayton Research Institute’s Software Systems Group, thanks in part to a $3 million Ohio Third Frontier grant.

The innovation is described as “web-based situational awareness software” that captures and analyzes data from multiple video monitoring …

Copp in the News: Footprint Situational Awareness Software a Force Multiplier for Law Enforcement 

The advanced situational awareness technology is at the forefront of contemporary crime fighting

Dayton, Ohio April 3, 2019 – An innovative technology is changing the way law enforcement agencies combat crime and ensure public safety. Footprint, a web-based situational awareness software, aggregates, analyzes and monitors data from multiple video monitoring systems and other sensors in one intuitive platform. The tool enables law enforcement to solve cases quicker using data-driven decisions, while minimizing manpower and …

Copp in the News: New VP named at prominent Dayton company

From the June 28, 2016 article on the Dayton Business Journal’s website:

Copp Integrated Systems has named David Markham as vice president of sales to support global growth initiatives, the company announced. Among the initiatives he will lead will be the Footprint Situational Awareness Software, something the company has been involved in developing with University of Dayton Research Institute and the late Larrell Walters.

“After licensing Footprint from the University of Dayton Research Institute,

Copp in the News: CEO Bill DeFries Comments on State Tax Break

From the October 21, 2015 article on the Dayton Daily News website:

“It’s certainly not anything that’s going to help me grow a job,” said DeFries, whose company has installed security and fire alarm systems in many of the biggest buildings in the Dayton region. “But I can take that money and I can buy a new computer for a new hire. I can invest in the infrastructure.

“I appreciate that little bit of money

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