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The Company's tracking systems
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The Company has a system for tracking tagged evolved humans.

First mentioned: .07%
Owned by: The Company
Current status: Operational

The Company's tracking system is a system that can monitor the movements of evolved humans.



Mr. Bennet explains to Matt and Ted that the Company can track them using a system located in New York. He suggests that their first act to destroy the company should be to destroy that system.

The Hard Part

In St. Louis, MO, Mr. Bennet tells Matt Parkman about the Company's new tracking system, the Walker system: it doesn't rely on radioactive isotopes or satellites--it just finds you.


After accessing the Company facility, Matt and Mr. Bennet head to find the tracking system. After neutralizing Thompson, Matt and Bennet head to destroy the tracking system, only to find that it is Molly Walker. Bennet comments that he knew it was a person, just not a little girl.

Graphic Novel:The Death of Hana Gitelman, Part 1

Mr. Bennet tells Hana that there are two tracking systems used by the Company. Her directive is to take down the Company's isotope tracking system, and points to the sky--it's a satellite.


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