IntelliCheck Mobilisa will need to see some ID. The company provides handheld electronic card readers and related software for the commercial, government, and military markets. Used to secure military and federal government locations, its Defense ID System can read barcodes, magnetic stripes, optical character recognition (OCR), and radio frequency identification (RFID) codes. Its ID-Check systems are designed to verify the age and identity of customers who swipe a driver's license, military ID, or other magnetically encoded ID card. The company has installed systems in airports, bars, casinos, convenience stores, hotels, and stadiums.
The company took its current form in 2008 when Intelli-Check completed its merger with privately-held Mobilisa. It expanded its operations when it acquired Positive Access in late 2009; Positive Access provides driver license reading products and technology.
IntelliCheck Mobilisa counts the American Stock Exchange, Exxon Mobil franchisees, and the Supreme Court of the United States among its customers.