September 2011
TR2: Terror Response Technology Report;9/28/2011, Vol. 7 Issue 20, p1
Trade Publication
This section offers news briefs on the terror response technology industry as of September 28, 2011, including the launch of the Iris-on-the-Move RapID-Cam, a handheld multimodal biometric device, by SRI International, the demonstration of a version of the Clear View security management platform by Raytheon and the creation of a training concept by American Science and Engineering.


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