Dfuze, a system of systems with pedigree.

An Intelligence Management System that contains databases and fields that either the user or Subject Matter Experts define. It is quick and easy to add data and media of any kind via desktop or smart device and by using the linking feature, searching the data is fast and simple.

In time-critical operations, getting the right information to the right people is vital. Users gather information directly from the scene. Using Dfuze Mobile together with our suite of deployed tools the user can exploit imagery, create or stream video or attach any type of document. Situational awareness is greatly enhanced allowing teams to understand the who, why, what, where, when and how of every incident. With in-built mapping tools Commanders can monitor their assets on the ground wherever in the world they may be.

Key Features

  • Brings together the Dfuze Suite of products
  • Allows for quick decision making
  • Full Audit trail and compliance features
  • Bar code scanning and evidence tracking
  • Powerful linking feature allows fast search results
  • Exploits text in gathered imagery
  • Add any type of data or media
  • Configurable and flexible
  • Multilingual
  • Facial recognition
  • Enables fully encrypted sharing of data
  • Stream any screen live

Use Cases

For the past decade, ISS has teamed with multiple U.S. federal agencies to track and curb criminal activity. Daily, over a thousand U.S. Coast Guard, Transportation Security Administration (TSA), Customs and Border Protection (CBP), Secret Service and Department of Homeland Security (DHS) intelligence analysts, field agents, and other law enforcement personnel leverage ISS technology to successfully protect our nation. ISS technologies and subject matter experts routinely support operations executing counter drug, terrorism, and intelligence missions as well as maritime domain awareness, anti-migration and smuggling, and cyber missions.

Leveraging this pedigree, law enforcement agencies are able to benefit from a wealth of shared experience, technology, and best practices. For example, in the Washington Regional Threat and Analysis Center (WRTAC)–the fusion center for D.C. Metro PD, ISS solutions are enabling law enforcement personnel to aggregate, share, and analyze data to identify trends and detect hotspots.

In the aftermath of a bombing, investigators were recovering debris from the scene looking for evidence of the IED used in the attack. Small fragments of blast damaged plastic were found, and upon closer inspection, these fragments showed embossed lettering and numbers. The details were entered into ISS’ Dfuze suite which instantly returned a match. The item found at the scene contained identical markings to a 9 volt battery holder listed in the Power Source database within the system. This gave the investigators a strong indication that the power source for the IED’s time and power unit (TPU) had utilized the same 9 Volt battery holder. Further analysis of other investigations showed a similar modus operandi involving the same TPU Investigations of further incidents showed that the same 9 Volt battery holder was used in other TPUs.