Homeland Security Corporation has been a provider of security solutions for almost a decade and a half now. It has recently extended its offers to marijuana businesses. The company caters not only to the medical cannabis sector, but also the recreational marijuana and hemp markets as well.
Founded on September 12, 2001, Homeland Security Corporation was previously Caribbean Motor Works USA, Inc. It changed to its current business and name in 2005.
Currently, the company is traded in the OTC markets as HSCC, having a market cap of USD 1.8 M.
As it entered the marijuana industry, Homeland Security Corp conducted a study of cannabis facilities and then established its own division called HSC Surveillance. This division is intended to fill in the needs of marijuana businesses and organizations regarding security and compliance. As of now, it is only handling inquiries but it is also preparing to enter the market in states where marijuana is legitimized, such as Colorado.
Outside the cannabis industry, Homeland Security Corp serves businesses that are seeking to establish protection and mitigate threats. The company particularly offers surveillance products and services. Its major product, which it has developed itself, is the Advanced Crane Payload Surveillance System (ACPSS). This system involves the use of video feeds and load data displays to increase safety for crane operators and for work areas that use cranes.
The other products and services of Homeland Security Corp include CCTV, audio surveillance, counter-surveillance, audio surveillance, and thermal camera recording. Aside from these surveillance systems, it also offers access control, high-speed videos, biometric systems, alarm systems, and perimeter protection.
Homeland Security Corporation’s top executives are Founder, CEO, and Chairman David L. Shade, President Dore Perler, CFO Ted C. Connolly, and COO and Vice President Gary Williams.
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