Booz Allen customers viewed demonstrations of the firm’s products for law enforcement, cybersecurity, public safety and disease tracking during the exhibit, the company said Friday.
“Our product demonstration, Booz Allen’s partnership with 1776 and our company’s pivot towards delivering innovative problem-solving products shows our bold approach to address needs facing our clients and society at large,” said Karen Dahut, an executive vice president at Booz Allen.
The company demonstrated its VAMPIRE tactical forensic device, the Cyber4Sight predictive intelligence tool for cyber attacks and the web-based Explore Data Science training course.
Booz Allen also showcased the HealthMap product at the 1776 event.
Epidemico, which Booz Allen acquired in October, developed HealthMap for clients to track the spread of diseases worldwide.