Ideal Innovations, Inc. Exhibiting at Biometrics & Forensics Summit

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Booth 303 at the 2011 Annual Exposition at Ft. Huachuca, April 25th to 27th

Ideal Innovations, Inc.

Visit us at Booth #303.

"This year’s conference sessions provide us with the understanding that is critical to maintaining exceptional customer satisfaction.”

Ideal Innovations, Inc. (I-3), a leading provider of forensic and biometric services, will exhibit at the 2011 Annual Biometrics and Forensics Expo, in conjunction with the Biometrics and Forensics Summit, today through Wednesday at Ft. Huachuca in Arizona. I-3 personnel and additional information about the company will be available at booth number 303.

“The Biometrics and Forensics Summit and Expo are great networking opportunities that will allow I-3 to present our capabilities and connect with key leaders in biometrics and forensics,” said Powell Benedict, I-3’s Senior VP & GM of Programs and Operations. “In addition, this year’s conference sessions about site exploitation and training, mission planning, enterprise architecture and science and technology provide us with the understanding that is critical to maintaining exceptional customer satisfaction.”

This year’s theme is “The Whole is Greater than the Sum of its Parts” and will focus on synchronizing biometrics and forensics capabilities in Army, Joint, Interagency, Allied, Coalition and national organizations. The summit assembles leaders, warfighters, and subject matter experts from across the biometrics and forensics community to discuss how innovative training and technology will collectively shape the future in a way that sets the conditions for success against emerging threats on the current and future battlefield.

I-3 is a veteran-owned firm that offers progressive technological, scientific, managerial and security solutions, with a specialization in biometrics and forensics. For more information about the company’s services or to view current career opportunities, visit

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