WRIGHTWOOD, CA–( Mar 18, 2013) – Homeland Security Corporation (PINKSHEETS: HSCC) announced that the company has formed a joint venture with Sense Technologies for the development, sale and support of additional identification methods, including Biometrics and Access control solutions to HSCC’s existing product line. Sense Technologies is a custom developer and solution provider of integrated hardware and proprietary software targeting the Transportation, Pharmaceutical, Law Enforcement, Healthcare, Travel and Tourism, Time and Attendance and Access Control industries.
HSCC and Sense have formed an alliance to co-develop multiple security applications using HSCC surveillance and CCTV technologies with Biometric and access control solutions to positively identify all users accessing the system. The venture will add the most important layer of security which is to make sure an authorized individual is the one accessing the system or in some cases a machine. Combined with the products HSCC distributes and has developed, the result is a totally secure system with a complete “Audit” trail from start to finish. Sense website can be viewed at www.senseme.com.
The company plans to target existing and new clients and industries with newly developed systems. The Sense Frontend and Backend system has the ability to integrate with any biometric, including Iris, Face, Fingerprint, and Voice depending on the application required. The systems have been designed to positively identify an authorized user and grant access, allow entry or “dispense” a product based on the user’s level of authorization or license.
“We are excited to partner with Sense to bring real life positive identification to our existing security solutions. This partnership will create a much needed ‘Revenue Stream’ and allow the company to enter and expand new markets with complete turnkey solutions,” stated David Shade, CEO of Homeland Security Corporation.
Included in this release are certain “forward-looking” statements, involving risks and uncertainties, which are covered by the safe harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995, along with statements regarding Homeland’s performance. Such statements are based on management’s current expectations and are subject to certain factors, risks and uncertainties that may cause actual results, events and performance to differ materially from those anticipated.
Contact: Homeland Security Corporation, David L. Shade, 877-931-1999