Geogentia launches In:SITE, a contraband detection service in high-security facilities

Geogentia, a leader in geospatial intelligence and big data, has announced the launch of In:SITE, a service that can enhance the security of correctional facilities and other high-security areas by detecting contraband devices. In:SITE is a breakthrough in the field of contraband detection, as it can identify the presence of unauthorized mobile devices, such as cell phones, tablets, and computers, without requiring any hardware installation.

In:SITE uses Geogentia’s state-of-the-art geospatial data technology to produce clear and comprehensive reports. These reports not only show the location of prohibited devices in a facility, but also reveal the common methods used for smuggling contraband.

Geogentia’s CEO, Brandon Gregg, highlights the service’s simplicity and sophistication: “In:SITE reflects our commitment to providing solutions that are both easy and advanced in the domain of geospatial intelligence. With In:SITE, facility administrators can receive detailed reports on unauthorized mobile devices via email in a matter of minutes. This is a simple yet powerful way to address a complex problem.”

Geogentia, a proud member of the American Correctional Association, is looking forward to participating in the 154th Congress of Correction, which will take place in Nashville, Tennessee, from August 15 to 18, 2024. This prestigious event will offer an opportunity for correctional professionals to learn more about the innovative features of In:SITE. Geogentia’s goal is to improve the security and contraband control of facilities, and they are eager to demonstrate how In:SITE can help achieve this.

Geogentia is a US-based company that specializes in Investigation & Intelligence, with a focus on geospatial big data. The company serves various agencies, including local, state, and federal law enforcement, as well as private sector clients.

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