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

of VUANCE Ltd. "We have the capability to integrate active and passive RFID technology, sophisticated portable readers and simple but effective software to manage the overall solution. This represents a unique new application for our existing technologies, integrated in an innovative way to meet the needs of law enforcement. As a result of this development project, we will emerge with a new solution to meet a large and growing need. In addition, this solution will have been fully funded by a government grant. We believe there are approximately 200 municipalities in the U.S. alone which would be ideal targets for this solution."

Public private partnerships like the one between VUANCE and Delaware State University are able to leverage the experience and advantages of both worlds," said James Overton chief of Police and Associate Vice President for Public Safety at Delaware State University. "DSU is pleased to be able to work with VUANCE on a project with the potential to have a national impact on law enforcement. Bringing together the resources of the academic community, the technological development experience of VUANCE, and the operational experience of Delaware's Department of Safety and Homeland Security and the State Police provides us with all the elements of a leading edge team."

The program is being funded through the COPS office of the Department of Justice and funding was awarded through legislations sponsored by Vice President-elect Biden when he was a member of the United States Senate from Delaware.

About VUANCE Ltd.

VUANCE Ltd. develops and markets state-of-the-art security solutions for viewing, tracking, locating, credentialing, and managing essential assets and personnel. VUANCE solutions encompass electronic access control, urban security, and critical situation management systems as well as long-range Active RFID for public safety, commercial, and
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