New Wireless & Port Security Partnership

Press Release
Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Intellicheck Mobilisa, Inc. partners with Vanguards of Enterprise Ltd. (VOEL) of Trinidad & Tobago.

Intellicheck Mobilisa, Inc. a  leader in identity solutions and wireless security systems has entered into the partnership to help market, sell, distribute and install Intellicheck Mobilisa’s wireless, maritime security and intelligent buoy monitoring solutions to Caribbean countries.

VOEL will particularly focus on sales of Intellicheck Mobilisa’s Aegeus buoy system to protect the rich natural gas and oil fields situated throughout the Caribbean region. This multi-purpose system is capable of wirelessly connecting to buoys deployed throughout the coastal waters, and has networking capabilities designed to allow the upload and monitoring of data back on shore.

Michael Celestine, CEO of VOEL, said, “We are excited to offer Intellicheck Mobilisa’s excellent line of security products to Caribbean countries. These nations share a deep concern regarding the issue of maritime security, and we are confident that Intellicheck Mobilisa’s technology will provide the solutions they are seeking to keep their natural resources safe and secure.”

Dr. Nelson Ludlow, President and CEO of Intellicheck Mobilisa, said, “We have long envisioned our wireless security solutions as a vital tool for international customers in addition to those within the United States. We are eager to make the nations of the Caribbean aware of the power and versatility of our technology, and we are confident VOEL will be the ideal partner.”


 

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