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BOLOBeat – One Touch Safety

The word is out about BOLOBeat! In the last two months, BOLOBeat has been presented and positively received at two major law enforcement conferences and the team has built relationships with key industry partners.

In October, Lt. Steven Olson had the honor of presenting BOLOBeat at the Maryland Sheriff’s Association. Thirteen Maryland counties were in attendance and the majority of these attendees have expressed interest in further discussion. Lt. Olson will be following up with the sheriffs and collaborating with them on how BOLOBeat can best serve their county.

 

BOLOBeat representatives Lt. Steven Olson and Tony Alletag traveled to Baton Rouge, LA for the…

BOLOBeat

ACES, Inc. is excited to announce BOLOBeat – a One Touch Safety App that aids in Getting Violent Offenders off the Street, Keeping Officers Safe, and Closing Cases.  BOLOBeat, a streamlined method for sending crucial and timely intel to officers who are affected most, serves as an instant conduit of information between detectives investigating violent crime and “boots on the ground” patrol officers.  By eliminating the communication gap that often exists between detectives and patrol officers, BOLOBeat serves to reduce violent crime, build strong cases in court, and hold violent people accountable for their actions.

How does one app do all this? Simple.…

ACES Diversifies with Commercial Projects

 

ACES Diversifies with Commercial Projects

ACES has over 10 years of experience supporting government contracts, bringing a wealth of experience developing solutions for complex problems. ACES has expertise in all aspects of Software Development including Web Design, Database Management, System Administration, Cyber Security, Mobile App development and managing Virtualized Infrastructure. With these skills, ACES has recently been able to diversify into the commercial market, successfully completing projects for new customers in the non-government realm.   While ACES’s dedication and commitment remains focused on supporting our government customers, software development in the commercial industry stimulates innovation within our technical staff and provides the…

ACES, Inc. Summer 2017 Internship

ACES, Inc. Summer Internship

Each summer, ACES, Inc. offers internship program opportunities to students nearing the end of their schooling. These internships provide learning experiences for the interns and directly benefits ACES, Inc. by expanding our internal and external customer base and improving our support to them. ACES, Inc. looks for real-world opportunities that interns can take on and accomplish goals set by those customers.

As the summer comes to an end, we asked our current interns to reflect on their experiences here at ACES, Inc. and below you’ll find some examples of the way our wonderful interns grew and accomplished…

ACES Supports Non-Profits

ACES worked with the board of directors of the Archeological Society of Maryland, Inc. (ASM) to revamp and modernize its public web presence. ASM is a 503(c) Educational Non-Profit organization, dedicated to encouraging public engagement and interaction between professional and avocational archeologists. ASM provides opportunities for the general public to have a voice in archeological issues throughout the state of Maryland and to participate in excavations, lab, and site documentation of archeological resources.

The modernized web site is now hosted on GitHub using GH-Pages and includes HTML5/CSS3, responsive mobile design, and an online store for ASM memorabilia. The online store is…

DevOps: Move the Needle, Change the Culture

Supporting government programs can have it’s up’s and downs when it comes to building software systems.  ACES, Inc. employs many software developers supporting a number of different programs with in the government sector who have been though their fair share of frustrations.  As we look at the current state of the commercial world in how both development and operations have come together, we know we are often behind the curve in terms of technology and process, not always by choice, but often through bureaucracy.  Are you a web developer that that doesn’t know how to respond to a control gate that…