Last month, Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff said the threat posed by weapons of mass destruction remains “the highest priority at the federal level.” Mr. Chertoff believes that more people, such as terrorists, will learn how to make dirty bombs, and biological and chemical weapons. “The other side is going to continue to learn more about doing things,” he stated.

Intelligence officials predict that in the next five years, terrorists will attempt to carry out a destructive biological attack. Officials are concerned about the possibility of infections to thousands of U.S. citizens. “The threat of terrorism and the threat of extremist ideologies has not abated,” Chertoff said in his year-end address. “This threat has not evaporated, and we can’t turn the page on it.”

Sector 10 offers deployed integrated emergency response systems as a way to save lives, avert injuries and reduce liability in the midst of a crisis. These systems provide first aid supplies, life saving equipment, and occupant tracking through a real-time 3D interface. The units, utilizing the Pericles Logix System, also deliver real time information, evacuation status, and communications.

The threat of disaster and terrorism will continue to grow stronger, increasing the demand for Sector 10's products as businesses and governments around the world look for cost-effective solutions that will offer lifesaving assistance on-demand. Currently, Sector 10 is the only company that focuses so strongly on pre-deployed resources as the way to save lives, avert injuries and reduce liability.

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