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VUANCE Announces Crime Scene Security and Evidentiary Tracking Development Project
Date:12/12/2008

FRANKLIN, Wis., Dec. 9 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- VUANCE, Ltd. (Nasdaq: VUNC), a leading provider of innovative Radio Frequency Verification Solutions, including active RFID, electronic access control, credentialing, accountability and incident response management, today announced that it has been awarded a stake in a government-funded project to develop a crime scene security and evidentiary tracking system. The project, which is the result of a grant sponsored by Vice President-elect Joseph Biden, was awarded to Delaware State University, the Delaware State Police and the Delaware Department of Safety and Homeland Security. The total project value exceeds $900,000 for the first year, with opportunity for follow-on projects and annual maintenance in future years. VUANCE's portion of the project is nearly $700,000 for the first year, with initial development fees expected to be received during the quarter ended December 31, 2008.

This project is intended to address the increasing demand of secure smart card identification and access control solutions together with RFID technology for law enforcement accountability, emergency management, personnel control, and evidence/property control (Chain of Custody), and develop new technologies to address the operational challenges nationwide. Key to accountability is maintaining the integrity of a crime scene, accounting for who has entered, when, and when they left, plus maintaining a demonstrable chain of evidence.

As a result of the federal grant, VUANCE, the University and Delaware law enforcement will create an advisory board and collaborate to develop a solution utilizing VUANCE's technology. The solution is expected to include Active and Passive RFID technologies, including RFID chips implanted in secure credentials and portable readers which can be quickly and ea
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