Brigadier General (Res.) Shmaya Avieli has accomplished service of 30 years in the Israeli Air Force, his last position in the IAF was the Air Force attaché in Washington DC. General Avieli was the liaison to the U.S Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps Aviation, Army Aviation and the Canadian Air Force. Recently he was the Director of the Israeli Ministry of Defense for International Defense Cooperation - SIBAT.
A retired police officer from the Israeli Police. Served as Forensic Scientist in the Division of Identification and Forensic Science. His last job was the R&D officer of the chemistry section in the Israeli police. Developed the first field kit in the world to identify explosive in the field. Received an award from the Minister of Public Security for homeland security inventions. Published more than forty articles in his field. Internationally renowned, as one of the few in the world to develop forensic tests that are based on color changes caused by chemical reactions. Responsible for developing practices and products in forensic science that are used by dozens of countries around the world. Baruch holds a M.Sc. in organic chemistry from the Hebrew University.
Focuses on product and project management for IDenta. Management of production processes, marketing and new product development. Amichai has over 10 years of experience in the industry section. Came to the company after a long service in a special military unit. Worked in the United States in the sale of tactical equipment for military and police forces. Amichai holds a BA degree in Economics and Logistics from Bar-Ilan University.
A retired police officer from the Israeli Police. Served as a computer officer in the computers division of the Israeli Police. Previously worked at the Finance Ministry and the Israel Electric Corporation. One of the founders and initiators of IDenta Company. Has extensive experience in the US capital market. Yaacov holds a BA from the Hebrew University.