Securus Technologies Issued Four New Patents at the Beginning of this Year
The leading provider of inmate communication services and other technological solutions to the criminal and intelligence industry have been issued with four more patents to add to their existing tally of 238 patents. The company now control a total of 241 patents, thanks to the United State Patents Registration. Securus now has the largest patent portfolio in the industry.
With these four patents, the company will own a system that senses unauthorized calls that inserts signals into call, the right to offer satellite feeds to restricted environment facility residents, as well as the right to use a monitoring system that sets a frequency of periodic voices to perform a spectral analysis for detecting voices of unauthorized person. PR Newswire reports that the company will also gain the right to utilize an IVR system that will allow them to know who is calling and the reasons behind their calling.
According to the CEO of the company, Richard Smith, with 200 software engineers and designers, approximately 100 technicians and a marketing research and development team, Securus will continue to explore what modern jails and prisons wants, convert their needs into good idea, then eventually turn those ideas into patents.
About Securus Technologies
An American prison technology company, located in Dallas, Texas. The company was established in 1986 and has regional offices in Allen, Carrollton, Atlanta, Texas and Georgia.
The company has employed roughly 1000 people, including engineers, designers, R&D development team and have had contracts with more than 2000 correctional facilities in U.S.A. The company have more than 240 industry patents making it the leader in term of innovation in the industry.
Securus Technologies offer solutions range from connecting families and friends of those incarcerated, connect inmates to technology, connect emergency despatchers and responder to those in trouble, link correctional facility staffs to critical information, connect people, controversy and activities to investigative leads, as well as providing tools for monitoring of products and services. The company is committed to making the world a better place to live in.
The company unveiled through PR Newswire a comprehensive set of inmate services to run on its ConnectUs operating system, the first inmate-facing OS that automates significant operations for correctional facilities in the United States. Among its popular products include the THREADS series, SCP and Securus XMobile and SECURUS Voice Biometrics.
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