Geogentia Launches Revolutionary Service for Detecting Contraband in Secure Facilities

HOLLAND, Mich. ~ HOLLAND, Mich.-- Geogentia, a leading company in geospatial intelligence and big data, has announced the launch of its latest service, In:SITE. This innovative service is designed to improve security in correctional facilities and other high-security areas. With its advanced technology, In:SITE is a game-changer in contraband detection, capable of identifying unauthorized mobile devices such as cell phones, tablets, and computers without the need for specialized hardware installations.

Geogentia's cutting-edge geospatial data technology is at the core of In:SITE, generating detailed and easy-to-understand reports. These reports not only reveal the presence of prohibited devices but also provide insights into common tactics used for contraband smuggling.

According to Brandon Gregg, CEO of Geogentia, In:SITE is both efficient and user-friendly. "In:SITE reflects our commitment to providing simple yet advanced solutions in the field of geospatial intelligence," he says. "Facility administrators can now receive comprehensive reports on unauthorized mobile devices via email. This represents a straightforward yet effective approach to addressing a complex issue."

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Geogentia takes pride in being affiliated with the American Correctional Association and is excited to participate in the 154th Congress of Correction in Nashville, Tennessee from August 15 to 18, 2024. This prestigious event offers an excellent platform for correctional professionals to explore the innovative aspects of In:SITE. The company's dedication lies in enhancing security and contraband control in facilities, and they are eager to showcase how In:SITE can make significant contributions in these areas.

With its groundbreaking technology and commitment to improving security measures, Geogentia's In:SITE is set to revolutionize contraband detection and control in correctional facilities. The company looks forward to showcasing this service at the upcoming Congress of Correction and making a positive impact on the industry.
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