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MilSim Asia: ISS Global defuses bomb threats

11th January 2017 - 12:00 GMT | by Gordon Arthur

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Already with a foothold in Asia, ISS Global is eyeing further opportunities in the region for its software that is employed by militaries and law enforcement agencies. Its premier product is Dfuze, a configurable intelligence management system containing databases to assist investigators analyse explosives and terrorist incidents.

Dfuze helps to track terrorists, explosives manufacturers and distribution chains, and it was successfully utilised after London’s transportation system was attacked on 7 July 2005, for example.

It was also employed during the 2012 London Olympics to identify potential terrorist attack sites.

Neil Fretwell, operations director at ISS Global, told Shephard that

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Gordon Arthur was the Asia Pacific editor for Shephard Media. Born in Scotland and educated …

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