Geogentia launches new service for detecting contraband in secure areas

HOLLAND–Geogentia, a provider of services in geospatial intelligence and big data, has unveiled In:SITE, a new service to enhance security within correctional facilities and similar high-security areas.

Company officials said the service is capable of identifying the presence of unauthorized mobile devices, including cell phones, tablets, and computers, without the need for specialized hardware installations.

In:SITE uses Geogentia’s geospatial data technology to generate detailed reports that reveal the presence of prohibited devices in a facility and provide insights into common tactics used for contraband smuggling.

“In:SITE embodies our dedication to offering solutions that are both simple and advanced in the realm of geospatial intelligence,” said Geogentia CEO Brandon Gregg. “Now, facility administrators can quickly receive comprehensive reports on unauthorized mobile devices via email. This represents a straightforward yet effective approach to tackling a complex issue.”

Geogentia will be participating in the American Correctional Association Aug. 15-18 in Nashville, Tenn.

More at www.Geogentia.com.

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