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Defense ID to protect Fort Stewart army base and Hunter Air Field

Intellicheck Mobilisa : 06 January, 2010  (Application Story)
Multiple credential comparison system for confirming identity based on standard ID documents to be used in US military base for controlling access to the facilities
Intellicheck Mobilisa has received a contract from the US Army at Fort Stewart to provide them with the Defense ID access control system. The value of the contract is $250,000 for equipment, software, installation, training and warranties.


Utilizing Intellicheck Mobilisa's patented ID reading technology, Defense ID quickly scans various forms of IDs, such as Drivers Licenses, Military ID's or Passports, and instantly compares the data to over 100 "bad guy" lists.

Fort Stewart, near Savannah, Georgia, is the largest Army base east of the Mississippi. Stretching over five counties in Georgia, Fort Stewart is strategically located to support the training and deployment of the 3rd Infantry Division. The post's 280,000 acres also hosts training for over 50,000 reserve component soldiers each year.

"We are very pleased to provide Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Air Field with the Defense ID system," said Dr Nelson Ludlow, CEO of Intellicheck Mobilisa. "As a leading mobilization post for Army units preparing for their tours overseas, we are proud they chose Defense ID for screening their visitors and to be assisting them in protecting our troops."

This is the second military base in Georgia to purchase the Defense ID system. This summer, Fort Benning purchased approximately $800,000 of equipment and services to protect their military base. The Air Force approved, in late December 2009, an Authority To Operate for IDN's Defense ID system.
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