Seacom Technologies Inc.

Website: seacom.ca

For over 20 years SEACOM has assisted government and United Nations agencies incorporate biometric and identity technologies. Seacom has helped design, procure, evaluate, optimize, implement and monitor passport, immigration and perimeter border security systems worldwide.

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