For Immediate Release
LimbID System Proposes that Multiple RFID Tags be Embedded in Human Bodies
Albuquerque, NM, 5 Dec 06
HUMANS TO INSTALL RFID CHIPS IN LIMBS
FOR EASE OF LIMB RECOGNITION AND
RECOVERY IN CASE OF TERRORIST ATTACKS
LimbID System, a technology company based in Albuquerque, NM, is urging consumers to get implanted with RFID chips in multiple limbs. The company is, "dedicated to preventing delayed limb and body identification in the future," said CEO Morris G. Scheidt.
Scheidt also claims, "LimbID System has aided in the identification process of hundreds of deceased loved ones since our establishment in 2002, and we have prepared countless others for easy identification in emergency situations."
LimbID System offers two pre-set packages of RFID chips and the option to customize your own RFID placement. The Standard Option (6 chips) includes a chip in the head, torso, each forearm, and each calf. The Deluxe Option (14 chips) adds a chip to each upper arm, each hand, each thigh, and each foot.
LimbID System's RFID chips are built to the same ICAO standards that regulate the airplane industry's "Black Box" recorders. They can withstand the most extreme environmental conditions, ranging from extreme cold to intense heat and pressure. The biocompatible ceramic is nearly indestructible. Although its surroundings may be charred and pulverized, the LimbID chip will remain completely functional.
Users rave about the effectiveness and timeliness of such an application of technology. Forensics Officer Richard E. Hurlop said, "LimbID has already had an impact on the quality of my work. I have seen an increase in speed and accuracy, and a decrease in misidentifications and unknowns."
Mr. Rosario Harris is the owner of a small courier service in the financial district of New York City just blocks from the Ground Zero site, and he has 12 LimbID System chips implanted in his own body. Of his wife he says, "She can get through her own day without worrying about losing me forever to another freak terrorist attack in Manhattan. She says she sleeps better too." Mrs. Harris has 6 chips in her own body, and the couple is planning to implant their 3 year old son once he enters school.
For more information, please visit the company website at LimbIDsystem.com .
Morris G. Scheidt was appointed Chief Executive Officer in November 2002 and has served as a member of the LimbID System Board of Directors since the establishment of LimbID System. Morris previously served as Chief Officer of Applied Digital, from April 1998 to April 2000 and as its President from May 1998 to April 2000. From April 2002 to March 2003, Morris served as Chief Executive Officer, President and Chief Operating Officer of InfoTech USA, Inc., Applied Digital's 52.5% owned subsidiary. Prior to April 2002, he served as Chief Executive Officer of Computer Equity Corporation, Applied Digital's wholly-owned subsidiary. Morris served as Applied Digital's Vice President of Sales from June 2000 to July 2001 and served as a director of Applied Digital's majority-owned subsidiary, Digital Angel, from September 2003 to November 2005. He is currently the Chairman of the Board of Government Telecommunications Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Applied Digital.
Ruth Grace Serth was appointed President in June 2002. From 1987 until that time, Ruth held a series of senior management positions at Instantel in operations, product management, manufacturing, quality, sales and finance. In 1993, she was appointed Instantel's Chief Financial Officer, in 2001 she was appointed its Chief Operating Officer and in 2003 she was appointed its President and Chief Executive Officer. In addition to these responsibilities, she was a member of Instantel's Board of Directors from April 2003 to June 2005.
P. Elise Sousseau was appointed Chief Financial Officer in August 2002. Prior to that time, she served as the CFO of GTI, a subsidiary of Applied Digital in the Washington, D.C. area. In the four years before joining GTI, Elise worked with various technology companies, serving as the CFO and VP of Business Development for Millivision Technologies and the CFO for Mantra Communications. She also assisted many service and software organizations developing business plans and structuring strategic relationships and financings. From 1989 to 2000, Elise spent eight years with Deloitte & Touche as a Senior Manager and three years as the CFO for Condor Technology Solutions. She is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and previously served as a board member on the Investment Advisory Board for Virginia's Center for Innovative Technology. Elise graduated from the Washington & Lee University with a Bachelor of Science in Administration and Accounting.
Contact information: Elliot Caul, info@limbIDsystem.com, (505)-222-5847
The chips are about the size of a grain of rice.
The chips are harmless inside of the body.
The LimbID System logo.