NOVA and Florida Firms Team up on Explosives Detection

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Provided by Hartwell Capitol Consulting, LLC

Hartwell Capitol Consulting, LLC (HCC), a business and technology development firm based in Manatee County, FL and Prince William County, VA, announced today it has been hired by Trace Eye-D of Sarasota, FL, a spinoff technology company of the Myakka Research Group. HCC will work on marketing and business development for groundbreaking technologies aimed at detecting explosives.

Rob Hartwell, a Palmetto FL resident and president of HCC, has teamed with Dr. William S. Rees Jr. of Efkairia, L. L. C., of McLean, VA, to represent Trace Eye-D to potential public and private users of security technologies. We are delighted to be working with local entrepreneurs with a great idea and great technology, which not only will create huge revenues and jobs, but save the government money and most importantly save countless lives,” said Hartwell.

The Trace Eye-D technology is able to detect trace amounts of explosives through a unique and inexpensive application. Dr. Rees, a former top scientist at the Departments of Homeland Security, Defense and Energy, believes this is “a winning technology to potentially protect large venues that are especially vulnerable.”

Chris Baden CEO of Trace Eye-D indicated his excitement at the new relationship and the progress his company is making, “Working with HCC is going to put us on the map after years of hard work. We have our patents filed and our testing, working with the State College of Florida, is bringing us great results. Now we have the professionals with the Washington and government experience we need to help us accomplish our goals.”

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