Sense Technologies acquired by Homeland Security Corporation

May 14, 2013 - 

Homeland Security Corporation is reporting today that it has acquired all of the security and biometric assets of Sense Security Technologies.

In March, Homeland Security Corporation (HSCC) announced a joint venture with Sense Technologies for the development, sale and support of additional identification methods — including biometrics and access control – to the company’s existing product line. Now, the two companies have formalized this joint venture into an acquisition

Sense Technologies is a custom developer and solution provider of integrated hardware and proprietary software for various industries. According to the company, the assets of Sense Security Technologies will now allow HSCC to enter the law enforcement, Time and Attendance, Access Control, as well as multiple of markets using biometric and card based technologies, including the Medical Marijuana industry for the development of security enhanced vending machines.

“With the transition of the joint venture to an acquisition within the company, the company now has diverse base of assets within the security sector,” Dole Perler, President of HSCC said. “We are now confident moving forward we can execute our new plan to become a competitor within the security sector.”

Not to be confused with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Homeland Security Corporation is a separate entity in the private sector. According to the company’s website, it is a “consultant and implementer of security driven technologies to meet client or regulatory needs.”

Reported previously in BiometricUpdate.com, just last week, Homeland Security Corporation announced the appointment of Dole Perler as its new president in charge of the day-to-day.

 

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