Cogito rapid interrogation technology detects the hidden intent of terrorists and criminals to commit harmful acts. The proprietary system is able to expose the guilty knowledge of a potential suspect during a short automated interrogation that lasts approximately five minutes.
The system is proven to be over 95 percent effective.
Cogito is already being utilized by federal and regional agencies in
several countries around the world to prevent terror incidents and solve
crimes that have already occurred. Cogito is being used extensively in
Cogito was developed with funding from the United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS). The system was extensively and successfully tested by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) at the Knoxville Tennessee Airport, where the system exposed numerous undercover agents attempting to smuggle explosive materials onboard domestic aircrafts.
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"The Cogito rapid interrogation system was designed following the 9/11
"A simple five minute automated interrogation during the Visa application process, or at the airport security checkpoint would have most assuredly exposed the evil intention of Christmas terrorist Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab before he ever boarded," added Shoval.
About Suspect Detection Systems
Suspect Detection Systems Ltd. is a developer of proprietary counter terror and crime prevention technology designed to identify threats in real-time, and prevent incidents before they are carried out. The technology detects the hidden 'hostile intent' of assailants-before they commit their intended acts-with a remarkable degree of accuracy. The system can also be used after crime was committed to quickly identify criminals from among a pool of suspects.
Learn more about Suspect Detection Systems and Cogito Technology at http://www.suspectdetection.com.
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