Tucson’s Knowledge Computing acquires tech firm
ARIZONA DAILY STAR
Tucson-based Knowledge Computing Corp. — maker of Coplink law-enforcement software — announced Friday that it has acquired Visiphor Corp., a Canadian-based, law-enforcement-technology firm.
Knowledge Computing will acquire all of Visiphor’s intellectual property and physical assets, which include Visiphor’s Briyante Integration Engine — a facial-, scene- and image-recognition technology.
Knowledge Computing CEO Robert Griffin wouldn’t say how much the all-cash deal cost. The company now has 90 Tucson-based employees and 21 Canada-based employees, Griffin said.