Homeland Security Corporation, since 2001, has been a provider of security solutions to various businesses. Recently, it opened up to the clientele in the medical and recreational marijuana markets and including the hemp market.
The company’s emphasis is business protection by means of mitigating security threats and utilizing new technologies. Many of its products and services deal with surveillance. Foremost of these is its Advanced Crane Payload Surveillance System (ACPSS), which the company itself designed and developed for work areas with cranes. Using video feeds and data displays, this system aims to increase load visibility and safety for crane operators.
Homeland Security Corp also offers a wide array of other devices and systems. More surveillance products include CCTV, audio surveillance, thermal camera recording, process monitoring, and counter-surveillance. There are also products for various uses such as biometric systems, alarm systems, access control, perimeter protection, and high-speed video.
In its recent venture into the marijuana industry, Homeland Security Corp conducted a study of marijuana facilities to see their security needs. The company then created a division named HSC Surveillance, which will handle inquiries from marijuana businesses and answer their security and compliance needs. The company has also been preparing to enter the cannabis market in Colorado and other states where cannabis regulations are loosening.
Founded on September 12, 2001, Homeland Security Corp formerly operated as Caribbean Motor Works USA. It then changed its name in 2005.
Homeland Security Corp is now being traded in the OTC markets as HSCC. Its market cap is pegged at USD 1.8 M.
The top executive at Homeland Security Corp is Founder, Chairman, and CEO David L. Shade. Alongside him are President Dore Perler, COO and VP Gary Williams, and CFO Ted C. Connolly.
Homeland Security Corp.
PO Box 1020
Wrightwood, CA 92397
Phone: (949) 350-0163
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