IntelliScience Secures Sponsorship Role in Improvised Explosive Device Conference

IntelliScience technology provides intelligent analysis of imagery data to assist military personnel in identification and response to known and unknown threats

Jun 16, 2010, 09:00 ET from IntelliScience Corporation

BOISE, Idaho, June 16 /PRNewswire/ -- IntelliScience Corporation today announced its role as a sponsor in the Defeating Improvised Explosive Devices Conference beginning today in Alexandria, VA. The two-day industry conference will address the growing concerns and challenges that our defense and homeland security personnel face and the requirements to protect them from the escalating use of IEDs by terrorist forces. The conference is being hosted by The American Institute of Engineers and managed by Technology Training Corporation (TTC).

"Improvised explosive devices pose a massive and significant threat to our military, defense, and homeland security forces. We are reminded of this every day as television news tickers stream the latest casualty count from IED attacks into our living rooms," said Joe Daltoso, Chief Executive Officer of IntelliScience. "We believe that our technology in the hands of trained military experts will diminish and minimize the effectiveness of this terrorist tactic."

IntelliScience software has demonstrated in government tests its ability to aid in the early detection of improvised explosive devices. IntelliScience patent pending technology alerts operators to known targets and anomalies that can cause destruction but may be missed by human evaluators. Using IntelliScience software, operators can "train" the characteristics of identified targets into a classification library that can then be shared with all similar image devices.

IntelliScience plays a strategic role in assisting operators and analysts search, find and automate the identification of threats as military investment in image capture and sensor systems increases exponentially. In the January 2010 issue of National Defense Magazine, Lt. General David A. Deptula, Air Force Deputy Chief of Staff for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, sums up the situation this way: "We're going to find ourselves in the not too distant future swimming in sensors and drowning in data."

IntelliScience Corporation is the sole developer and marketer of IntelliScience software. The company is headquartered in Boise, ID with a development office in Atlanta, GA. IntelliScience software has broad applicability to the medical, government, military, financial, environmental and energy markets and is available to these markets directly or via OEM relationships. The company is classified as a small business and has received security clearance by the US government. For more information, visit the IntelliScience website at

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