|[July 31, 2014]
Intellicheck Mobilisa Wins Contract to Provide TWIC Readers to Holt Logistics' Gloucester Terminals in Gloucester City, New Jersey
PORT TOWNSEND, Wash. --(Business Wire)--
Intellicheck Mobilisa, Inc. (NYSE MKT:IDN), a global leader in identity
solutions and wireless security systems, has been awarded a contract to
provide TWIC Plus IM2610 identification card readers to Holt Logistics,
operator of Gloucester Terminals LLC in Gloucester City, New Jersey.
In addition to the TWIC readers, which authenticate TWIC cards and
driver's licenses, the contract includes an onsite server with Visitor
Registration modules at various locations that will register vendor and
visitor TWIC cards and driver's licenses. This provides an added layer
of security to terminal operations and helps keep track of pedestrian
and vehicle traffic entering the facility. The Visitor Registration
module operates from a centralized management system that can generate
multiple reports, including visitor logs for any desired time period, as
well as the ability to issue printed visitor badges and vehicle passes.
Badges can be printed right at the guard station.
Installation is expected to be completed by July 31st.
Dr. Nelson Ludlow, CEO of Intellicheck Mobilisa, said, "Holt Logistics
manages some of the most efficient port, warehouse and logistics
facilities in the country, in order to deliver a rapid transfer of
cargo. Its Gloucester Terminals facility has the largest refrigerated
capacity of any terminal in the United States. We are grateful that Holt
Logistics has chosen our TWIC readers to serve as an addd layer of
protection to the security at this facility, one of the busiest and most
important in the nation."
Kimberly Chochon, Vice President of Port Security Sales at Intellicheck
Mobilisa, added, "As with our previously announced contracts involving
TWIC readers, we expect our new agreement with Holt Logistics will
further demonstrate the effectiveness of our readers in securing
America's terminals and other similar facilities."
TWIC is an initiative of the TSA and U.S. Coast Guard to provide
tamper-resistant biometric identification cards to port facility
workers. The U.S. government has given guidance through the Notice of
Proposed Rule Making (NPRM) that approximately 550 locations are
expected to require QTL-approved TWIC readers and approximately 1,500
locations are on the "recommended" list for QTL-approved TWIC readers.
About Intellicheck Mobilisa
Intellicheck Mobilisa is a leading technology company providing wireless
technology and identity systems for various applications, including
mobile and handheld access control and security systems for the
government, military and commercial markets. Products include the
Fugitive Finder system, an advanced ID card access control product
currently protecting military bases and secure federal locations; ID
Check, a patented technology that instantly reads, analyzes, and
verifies encoded data in magnetic stripes and barcodes on
government-issued IDs, designed to improve the Customer Experience for
the financial, hospitality and retail sectors; barZapp™, an ID-checking
mobile app that allows a user's smartphone to check an ID card. For more
information on Intellicheck Mobilisa, please visit www.icmobile.com.
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