- Patent pending technology detects active shooter threats before occurrence
- Midas Letter interview reveals system deployment process is imminent
- Westgate Resorts partner likely first installation
Just fourteen months after a deadly shooting spree in Florida, another brutal rampage has become the grim new mass shooting benchmark in the United States. At least 58 people were killed and over 500 injured when a gunman opened fire on the crowd attending a country music festival in Las Vegas. It is now the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history.
As authorities struggle to find motive, businesses and institutions are searching for superior solutions. A recent video interview with Martin Cronin, CEO of Patriot One Technologies, Inc. (TSX.V: PAT) (OTCQB: PTOTF), reveals that a revolutionary active shooter protective solution is imminent (http://nnw.fm/QMsW6). As he stated, “our technology allows better security without fundamentally changing our way of life.”
Patriot One’s patent-pending system enables stand-off detection, even on moving targets, with the ability to learn, analyze, and identify new threats upon deployment. The system actually gets better and smarter at detecting hidden weapons with each screening instance. The technology is able identify passersby carrying a knife, gun or bomb by analyzing metal content and relating it to a database of known weapon signatures.
Starting with partners at Westgate Resorts in Las Vegas, Patriot One is about to deploy its pioneering disruptive technology to combat active shooter threats before they occur. The company, in conjunction with McMaster University, has created PATSCAN CMR™, the first-of-its-kind Cognitive Microwave Radar concealed weapons detection system. The PATSCAN CMR™ is a next generation radar device and custom software solution designed as an effective tool to combat active shooter threats before they occur.
Conventional screening systems only identify the presence of metal objects not what those objects might be. Identified objects could be belt buckles or keys, and monitoring subways, schools or stadiums becomes extremely difficult. Since current screening systems don’t offer enough precise information to be effective, public places and events are nearly impossible to secure. Patriot One’s state-of-the-art system overcomes these issues and identifies objects for what they are, giving security officials prospective opportunities to intercede.
Mr. Cronin further stated that Patriot One is “creating the conditions of success” and the company is ready to imminently commercialize PATSCAN with multiple distributors already expressing keen interest. With all the anticipated orders and partnerships, he expects positive cash flow in 2018. To provide even more comprehensive security, Patriot One has also built a pipeline of PATSCAN systems that may be worn on the body or placed in moving vehicles. Patriot One’s pioneering detection technology may well be the deterrent desperately needed in an unpredictable and dangerous world.
For more information, visit the company’s website at www.Patriot1Tech.com
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