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NEW YORK -- SecureLogic Corp., a provider of enterprise software solutions for aviation security, has been awarded a contract by the U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA), a division of the Department of Homeland Security, to conduct a pilot program of its iScreen aviation security software at a U.S. airport to be determined. The pilot is expected to begin in the fall of this year. The TSA will evaluate results of the pilot and determine how well the product will work in U.S. airports.

iScreen software offers a new approach for managing, controlling and monitoring complex airport security screening operations. SecureLogic software is designed specifically to help the TSA and airports increase the overall amount of bags screened, detect threats, reduce bottlenecks in the screening process, and more efficiently deploy resources.

Gary Koren, CEO of SecureLogic said, "This contract helps establish our presence and our large scale security software offering in the U.S. marketplace. We are confident that we have the capabilities and software to make this pilot a success."

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