Date(s) - 09/14/2017
11:30 am - 1:30 pm
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Qognify: “See It, Send It”
Qognify began work with key law enforcement agencies in 2008 to implement technology connecting citizens and their cell phones to criminal intelligence centers nationwide. Working with various state and federal representatives an advanced software was developed (patent pending) that communicates suspicious activity reporting (SAR) technology for State Homeland Security and Major City Intelligence Centers.
The See Something Send Something system connects concerned citizens, first responders and law enforcement directly to key intelligence centers throughout the United States. The system routes geo tagged suspicious activity reports and location based messaging using a patent pending methodology for storing law enforcement data and protecting citizens privacy. The system allows intelligence centers to receive, sort, search and analyze inbound SAR’s and communicate outbound across various platforms, user groups and geographically targeted locations.
About our speaker:
Justin Boothe has served Qognify as a Regional Manager covering a 12-state region since 2015 delivering high value security solutions to new and existing customers. Previous experience includes 20 years in the biometrics industry under MorphoTrust specializing in fingerprint, facial recognition, iris recognition and credentialing. “Bringing disparate agency resources together is a must to develop ROI that spans an entire organization.” Justin was instrumental in developing the first of its kind state-wide multi-biometric capture solutions for driver license enrollment in the State of Texas valued at $22 million followed by other states.
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