Allen-Vanguard has just completed the delivery of its first field deployable laboratory for a NATO military customer that provides complete forensic and biometric, technical and tactical intelligence against IEDs.
“This large-scale system is field-deployable and permits full-spectrum forensic collection and analysis in theatres of conflict,” said Dennis Morris, President and CEO. “This is a vital part of the counter-terrorist effort, including defeating the networks behind IEDs which have become such a persistent and deadly threat.”
Allen-Vanguard has specialized capability in scalable forensic systems including equipment, training and facilities operation on an outsourced basis tailored to customer requirements. In response to growing demand Allen-Vanguard is also introducing a “reach-back” service that provides remote or on-site identification and analysis of forensic material including IEDs and components. This complements the actionable threat intelligence service the Company provides to NATO customers drawing on its active analytical database covering more than 150,000 incidents of IED and other terrorist and criminal attack around the world.
Mr Morris added, “With the continuing global proliferation of terrorist and criminal activity, our intelligence service offerings, including forensics, has become a growing part of our business. Our pipeline includes customers with requirements large and small to build out their local or national capability.”