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ISM International acquires GotchaGPS.

ISM International : 25 January, 2008  (Company News)
New division of ISM International focussed on GPS based surveillance systems using a network of satellites.
ISM International has completed its licensing agreement of GotchaGPS Surveillance Systems. GotchaGPS uses a constellation of satellites, and patented new GSM technology that allows an individual or business to locate and control any vehicle anytime via the Internet; or access reporting and alert functions by email, cell phone, or pager. With the ISM GotchaGPS technology, individuals and businesses are able to visually see a vehicle location on the Internet in real time. With the acquisition, ISM International Inc. has exclusive rights to distribute, use and sell these powerful GPS Surveillance products to American, Canadian and International markets. Large contracts with major companies are currently in the works and they will be announced by press releases without delay as we are permitted to disclose them. Many new features and add-ons to the GotchaGPS are currently in production. GotchaGPS is available online.

A retired US Marine will run the new ISM GotchaGPS division. This Veteran served in the United States Marine Corps in Counterterrorism and Special Reconnaissance. The GotchaGPS Division Project is being developed to significantly enhance US Department of Homeland Security surveillance with new proprietary technologies developed by a Special Technical Division of ISM.
Bill Calligan, Chief Scientist of the Special Technical Development Division, is involved with ISM Technical Solutions for Commercial, Military and Government products. He will work closely to enhance Homeland Security Surveillance programs. In developing these new propriety technologies, he feels that GotchaGPS will have the potential to forge a strong relationship with the US Department of Homeland Security.
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