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Susumo Azano Reveals How Homeland Security Drives Innovation

Susumo Azano finds efficiency and safety prime characteristics for a better society.
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    PHILADELPHIA, PA, July 09, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Current chair of Security Tracking Device SA CV, Susumo Azano has previous experience in the engineering and security fields. His current company provides a unique security system platform for various agencies in Mexico, designs new products, and installs and maintains hardware and software. Security matters when it comes to speed and efficiency and real time monitoring, which is why Azano was intrigued by a recent article from the Albany Tribune, an independent news magazine.

The article explains how a recent fund purchased Cowlitz 2 Fire & Rescue, a team based in Kelso, Oregon, that runs a state-of-the-art hazardous materials/incident response vehicle. The money came from public and private partnerships, as well as a $400,000 grant from the Department of Homeland Security Grant Program.

Back in 2009, the fire department was trained to hazmat level, but the nine technicians were cramped in a refurbished moving van. The new truck carries modern technology, and is able to update as needed. It includes a wireless Internet connection, scene lights, cameras, and air monitoring equipment. The vehicle is able to serve as a command post and fire investigation vehicle, and has already deployed to a water rescue/recovery call and other emergency situations.

"Data analysis and joint efforts are key for advancing technology," Susumo Azano says. "Without collaboration between technology innovators and financial support groups, the technology revolution would come to a crawl."

The innovations were made possible only because of various donors and grant foundations, especially Homeland Security. Each of them saw the advantage of safety and proper equipment and how they work to protect both the response team and its district.

Hazmat disasters vary in type and danger, which is why it is so important to implement an all-in-one emergency solution. The Cowlitz 2 Fire & Rescue vehicle, equipped with weather, radio, and video monitoring equipment, is for mobility and multi-purpose use. Outer area departments may not have anything close to the power of a response vehicle, making them wise investments across the board.

The vehicles are rugged and meant to last. Specialized suits, decontamination equipment, oxygen tanks, and other rescue items are packed neatly and efficiently throughout the trucks, making them completely independent of other rescue teams and able to respond to disaster in a heartbeat.

People, businesses, and countries invest a lot in keeping safe. Susumo Azano and Security Tracking Devices SA CV created a platform tracking Homeland Security that included satellite monitoring, telecommunications and data analysis.

With proper implementation, and professional training from the best experts of Security, STDi state of the art technology platform can provide alerts for any threat government carries in real time focused on safety and security.


Susumo Azano studied architecture at the University of Guadalajara, Mexico, before becoming a Vice President at Grupo Azano. The company consists of four major industrial firms in Mexico, including TEI Construction, D&IS, PEI Engineers and Associates, and Rolados de Mexico. He opened his own security design company, Security Tracking Devices SA CV, which began specializing in voiceover IP systems. Azano's company also has contracts with Mexican Homeland Security, and looks for innovative ways to protect national borders.

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