Walsh Profiles IQ Biometrix Technology on Larry King Live
Calif, June 26, 2003
IQ Biometrix Inc. IQBM confirmed today that its composite
image technology FACES was profiled by America's Most Wanted
host John Walsh during an interview with Larry King earlier
credited FACES as a key technology in the investigation
of a Miami serial rapist. The Miami-Dade Police Department
is using a FACES composite to hunt down the rapist who is
targeting young, school-aged girls. The composite was broadcast
on America's Most Wanted on Saturday, June 20.
pointed out that the first time FACES technology was used
on his show, the mother of another child serial molester
called to identify the suspect. "It's the state-of-the-art
way to catch these guys."
further information on the Miami case please see the AMW
website at www.amw.com.
IQ Biometrix, Inc.
Inc. (IQBM) provides law enforcement and security technology
solutions for government and private industry. IQ Biometrix,
an innovative California-based company is a leading provider
of facial composite technology for law enforcement agencies
in North America. FACES is currently used by thousands of
policing agencies worldwide, including the Central Intelligence
Agency and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. IQB is currently
developing new applications based on this foundation technology
tailored to meet the needs of national, business and personal
security. Its solutions practice is focused on integrating
IQB and partner technologies to provide customized responses
to client needs. Further information about IQB can be found
extent that any of the statements contained herein are forward-looking,
such statements are based on current expectations that involve
a number of uncertainties and risks. Such uncertainties
and risks include, but are not limited to, growth in the
NAS market, market acceptance of products, the development
of new products, the enhancement of existing products, manufacturing
delays, dependence on principal customers, competitive pricing
pressures, product volume and mix, global economic conditions,
dependence on international operations, availability of
key components, timing of orders received, and introduction
of competitor products having technological and/or pricing
advantages. As a result, the Company's operating results
may fluctuate, especially when measured on a quarterly basis.
Actual results may differ materially from such expectations.
Investors are directed to consider other risks and uncertainties
in documents, including forms 8K and 10QSB, filed by the
company with the Securities and Exchange Commission, www.sec.gov.
Liviakis Financial Communications
John Liviakis, 415/389-4670
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