July 21, 2015 -
National security firm MacAulay-Brown announced that Commonwealth Technology will demonstrate surveillance, biometrics capture and tracking technologies at the 2015 National Technical Investigators’ Association (NATIA) Training Conference and Technology Exhibition.
The event, which will take place July 21-23 in Charlotte, North Carolina, offers NATIA members over 40 hours of specialized training in technical electronic surveillance techniques, procedures, equipment and issues and advanced training workshops.
Commonwealth Technology will demonstrate a range of MacB solutions at the conference, including its integrated facial and iris capture platform that provides multiple options for discrete biometrics collection.
Additionally, the company will demonstrate its video and audio systems for law enforcement surveillance, and an optical beacon with a custom matched viewer for vehicle tracking.
“We look forward to meeting with special operations and law enforcement personnel in attendance to discuss their mission critical needs,” said Greg Yadzinski, vice president of MacB’s commonwealth technology division. “Our enhanced engineering capabilities, technical product solutions and experienced staff are instrumental in helping our customers succeed in rapidly evolving National Security and public safety environments.”
Previously reported, MacAulay-Brown, Inc. (MacB) demonstrated its security solutions including iris capture solutions at the Special Operations Forces Industry Conference (SOFIC).