Intellicheck Mobilisa Awarded ID Reading Contract from Californian Marine Corps Base

Intellicheck Mobilisa, a supplier of access control and wireless security systems, received a contract from Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms in California, to provide them with access control system. The value of the contract is approximately US$200,000 for equipment, software, installation, training and warranties.

Utilizing Intellicheck Mobilisa's ID reading technology, the solution scans various forms of IDs, such as driver's licenses, military IDs or passports, and instantly compares the data to more than 100 “bad guy” lists. Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms is the largest Marine Corps base. It is the premier training facility for marine operations and draws military personnel from all over the world for combined arms exercises. Each year roughly one-third of the Fleet Marine Force and Marine Reserve units participate in the base's training exercise program. These training exercises involve every weapons system in the Marine Corps' arsenal from small arms to attack aircraft.

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