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Information Systems Associates Inc. (ISA) subsidiary Duos Technologies has obtained a contract for the first phase of a Rail Undercarriage Screening System research grant funded by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). The contract is the first phase of an effort to advance the company's current technology used for freight-car undercarriage screening to one that can be used for mass transportation rail systems. The company anticipates the project will expand the capabilities of Duo Technologies' vehicle undercarriage examiner known as vue™. Part of the firm's rail inspection portal technology, the system utilizes proprietary analytical algorithms to process and evaluate data from multiple sensor technologies.STV has hired Philip Cremin as vice president and chief civil engineer. He will manage and oversee the firm's transportation and infrastructure civil engineering practice in New York City, STV officials said in a press release. Prior to joining the firm, Cremin served as design engineer for the LaGuardia Airport redevelopment program. He has more than 30 years of experience in civil engineering.
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