Catcher Debuts New Rugged Handheld Computer at ASIS 2006

Sept. 19, 2006
Functionality spans from fingerprint scanning to video cameras and GPS watermarking

Catcher, the portable mobile command center will display its multiple functions, including fingerprint scanning, dual video cameras, integrated Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GPS watermarking

Catcher, Inc. is a portable, rugged, wireless, hand-held command and control device built to MIL-STD 810 F. Utilizing proprietary software, CATCHER offers mission critical personnel essential real-time wireless data and communications through an integrated platform incorporating voice, video, data, GPS, and biometric sensors.

Catcher and several of its VARs will have booths: IWS 3655; L-3 Communications 5443; Alion Science and Technology 7230; at ASIS International 2006 conference, where 20,000 professionals will attend the world's largest and most comprehensive educational and networking event dedicated to security.

Several of Catcher's VARs will be demonstrating the Catcher device with their added applications, which can range from radar surveillance data, to iris and fingerprint scanning, to facial recognition, to threat assessment and mitigation.

Catcher uses XP Professional with Notepad & Tablet Extensions, has 2 Gigabyte of RAM, a 1.4 GHz Intel Pentium M processor, and the ability to operate and survive in harsh conditions that allows application developers and VAR’s to extend their markets and deliver solutions never previously imagined. This is a unique opportunity for the security world to become familiar with a command and control center that could revolutionize elite military and rescue operations in hot spots like Iraq, Afghanistan, as well as disaster areas around the world. The Catcher booth is number 7335.