Is this the end of shoe-checking at the airport? Dana Wheeler, Plymouth Rock Technologies. PRT.CN, PLRTF.


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To develop unique radar and image processor techniques to counter high casualty, terrorist and assault weaponry threats.
Plymouth Rock Technologies is a team of experienced scientists, engineers and business executives formed to develop exclusive Intellectual Property (IP) to meet growing challenges in the security screening and threat detection market.
We are creating the next generation of threat detection methods that will fuse artificial intelligence with augmented reality interfaces to eliminate human error. Our products, both airborne and land based will covertly scan “non-cooperative” groups in real-time, for threat items at longer, “stand-off” distances than existing technologies.
Our technologies will operate in a stand-alone configuration or as a compliment to existing security systems.
By expanding the security perimeter, our systems will revolutionize the threat screening process and deliver timely operational intelligence.
By fusing our “complementary” technologies with existing detection methods, we will increase the probability of detection, over wider areas, while simultaneously reducing false alarms to improve overall efficiency.
Our user friendly technologies will require no special training and will be “Network Agnostic”; seamlessly interfacing with all existing command and control infrastructures both Military and Commercial.
In response to the shoe bomber: we make a shoe scanner, a simple, low-power, harmless, scanner that images the bottom of your shoes. Instantly detects if there’s been any alteration; we can see plastics, metals. It's either green or red; marks here the contraband or explosive is. The Myriad: a drone, lightweight, a transport vehicle to carry sensors to detect explosives, weapons, suicide bombers – from above, looking down on unstructured crowds. Con ops = concepts of operations. Dual use application: civil and military applications, and it also penetrates layers of paint, of skin, to see corrosion on pipelines or bridges. AI at Grand Central Terminal!
Dana Wheeler, Plymouth Rock Technologies. PRT.CN, PLRTF.
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