Intellicheck Mobilisa to Help California Military Department Monitor Access to Facilities; William Roof Comments

Intellicheck MobilisaThe California Military Department has purchased a defense identification system from Intellicheck Mobilisa for $300,000 to monitor access to National Guard facilities within the region.

Security personnel will use the mobile device-installed system to identify individuals entering California Army National Guard facilities, Intellicheck Mobilisa said Thursday.

“We are confident that Defense ID will provide a heightened level of situational awareness and security for the service personnel and citizens in the California Military Department facilities and surrounding communities,” said William Roof, Intellicheck CEO.

“Having the real-time capability to determine whether visitors and vendors seeking access to these facilities are legitimate, or present a threat, can save lives,” added Roof.

The system works to verify documents and alert security personnel of threats by cross-checking information with the National Crime Information Center database.

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