Sense Holdings Receives Multiple Orders From U.S. Army for Advanced Biometric Homeland Security Product Line; Company's Proprietary ISO-TRACK Biometric ID Technology Addresses Key Military and Homeland Security Demands
Sense's ISO-TRACK security solution was purchased by the U.S. Army to strengthen security at a military facility based in Fort Carson, Colorado. The order was comprised of seven complete systems for identifying military personnel and additional security measures.
“We expect to continue working closely with the U.S. Army and other government agencies to provide the cutting-edge technology they need to secure valuable assets in these times of conflict.”
"We designed ISO-TRACK to assist all branches of the defense and Homeland Security industry by streamlining and automating what has always been a labor intensive process," said Dore Perler, Chief Executive Officer of Sense Holdings. "We expect to continue working closely with the U.S. Army and other government agencies to provide the cutting-edge technology they need to secure valuable assets in these times of conflict."
Sense has combined its DTU-100, a biometric fingerprint reader, signature recognition pad, USB digital camera, and the company's custom ISO-TRACK software. The ISO-TRACK technology will replace current hand-written registration procedures, incorporating the Company's proprietary ISOPREP 1833 software with state-of-the-art digital fingerprint imaging devices, digital photography and signature analysis tablets.
The complete system provides precise electronic captures made of this vital biometric information, while speeding up the registration process and creating more trustworthy data analysis. In addition, Sense's proprietary technology uses filed validations, look-up tables, drop down boxes and intelli-sense look ahead menus to provide one of the most advanced biometric devices available in the market.
Sense's other homeland security product initiatives include its work with Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL), a division of the U.S. Department of Energy, to develop and optimize a complete line of advanced handheld detectors for explosives and other dangerous threats applying the Company's proprietary Micro Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS) technology. These devices are being designed to provide airports, homeland security agencies, corporate America and other customers with superior detection of TNT, PETN, RDX and a wide array of other explosives and/or dangerous substances at a fraction of current costs.
SENSE is the sole commercialization partner with exclusive rights acquired from ORNL for the manufacture, sale and distribution of MEMS-based handheld devices. The technology to date has been funded by several government agencies, such as the Department of Energy (DOE); Department of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (ATF); Federal Aviation Administration (FAA); Transportation Security Administration (TSA), and others.
Sense created the turnkey solution for the U.S. military under a long-term contract and is currently marketing its ISO-TRACK authentication solution, and its MEMS-based line of detection products to other U.S. government agencies throughout out the United States and globally.
About SENSE Holdings, Inc.
SENSE Holdings is a developer of next-generation biometric identification systems, and nanotechnology-based micro-sensor technologies for government, military and commercial security marketplaces. The Company's wholly owned subsidiary, SENSE Technologies, deploys proprietary biometric technology based on advanced fingerprint technology and biometric integration to create a range of solutions for prisoner identification, time and attendance, access control applications and other markets. SENSE's major customers include the U.S. Army, the U.S. Department of Corrections, American Airlines and others. A second wholly owned subsidiary, MSTI, is an emerging nanotechnology-based explosives detection technology development division developing a pipeline of advanced bomb detection technologies, including a prototype handheld explosive detection wand device for homeland security applications in airports and other security checkpoints. This handheld detection alternative is designed to be a cost-effective solution with extremely high detection sensitivity and real-time operability. Currently, a proof-of-principle prototype is undergoing further research and development at the U.S. Oak Ridge National Laboratory. For investor-specific information about SENSE Holdings, including recent share price data and news announcements, please visit http://www.trilogy-capital.com/tcp/sense. To view or download an Investor Fact Sheet about the Company, please visit http://www.trilogy-capital.com/tcp/sense/factsheet.html. SENSE is also listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol, OUP. For other information, please visit http://www.senseme.com.
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