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Bradenton Herald: This Manatee County business is joining the fight against terrorism

Trace Eye-D president, Chris Baden, recently sat down with the Bradenton Herald to share his insight on the company’s revolutionary trace detection systems and manufacturing tooling. The feature story focuses on Trace Eye-D’s product capabilities and ambitious targeted growth for 2018.

The latest technology in preventing terrorists from setting off explosives and taking the lives of innocent civilians is being developed – and soon produced – in Manatee County.

Trace Eye-D is a start-up, veteran-owned security development company with a focus on counter terrorism that has developed the science to detect explosive material traces with their patented chemical mixtures. The chemicals are infused into an easy-to-use wipe and can reveal the presence of explosive materials almost instantaneously… READ MORE