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Logos Technologies to showcase advanced activity-based intelligence solutions at 2014 GEOINT Symposium

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Monday, April 14th 2014

Logos Technologies will be showcasing its advanced activity-based intelligence(ABI) solutions at the GEOINT 2014 Symposium, taking place April 14-17 at the Tampa Convention Center, Tampa, Fla.

Logos Technologies’ integrated ABI capabilities provide operators with real-time, actionable intelligence compiled from a range of data sources. The customized tools, specialized operator training and advanced analytics that comprise the Logos Technologies’ ABI suite of solutions optimize situational awareness, support counter-IED efforts globally, and provide intelligence and law enforcement the information they need to execute counter terror finance missions.

“As criminal networks become more dynamic and sophisticated, there will be an increased focus on ABI solutions that can successfully anticipate and identify threats wherever and whenever they occur,” said Frank Purdy, director of national security services, Logos Technologies. “Whether it’s for national security or law enforcement purposes, the ability to gather and analyze actionable data from multiple sources simultaneously will be a key component of our intelligence collection capabilities over the coming years.”

Logos Technologies will be exhibiting its ABI solutions at the annual GEOINT Symposium, hosted by the United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation (USGIF). Since 2004, this preeminent intelligence event has provided professionals in the defense, intelligence and security communities the unique opportunity to learn from leading government, military and private-sector leaders.

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