Danish IT companies strengthen Interpol's fight against crime  

Four Danish IT firms were among ten companies invited to Interpol's Annual General Assembly in Brazil

Four Danish IT companies specialising in technology for combating crime were among ten companies invited to the Annual General Assembly of Interpol, the world’s largest police organisation. Police chiefs from 152 countries gathered at the conference in Brazil to focus on how technology can be used to fight organised crime.

Christian Kønigsfeldt, Denmark's Ambassador to Brazil says: "When 600 of the world's highest ranking police chiefs attend an Interpol meeting in Rio de Janeiro, and the Danish corporate sector is so well represented, it shows that we are at the forefront in an area which is sure to grow globally in the future."

The Danish based companies are Plass Data Software, whose programmes helped to register and identify the victims of the December 2004 tsunami; Spectronic Denmark, a supplier of surveillance equipment for police and intelligence services; Motorola, which has more than 600 staff in Denmark developing solutions such as tetra technology for emergency services; and a fourth company which declines to disclose its name publicly. The news was reported by national daily newspaper Berlingske Tidende.

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