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SDS to release central database

NEW YORK, July 16 (UPI) -- U.S. company Suspect Detection Systems announced plans to release a central database to provide analyses of test results for its interrogation technologies.

SDS announced plans to launch Cogito Data Center units, designed to accumulate data and provide analysis for the company's Cogito Rapid Interrogation System.

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Expected to be released in 2010, the Cogito DC will provide law enforcement and security authorities with a central storage base of all biometric data gathered in the field aggregating the information and providing analysis.

"As our rapid interrogation system has been deployed by law enforcement agents and private enterprises in various countries throughout the world, the perceived success of the system has matured our customer's needs for upgrading their systems to the next level -- a managed networked of test stations with a centralized database and control," Shabtai Shoval, SDS chief executive officer, said in a statement.

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