NForce CMR1000 From Patriot One Technologies

This security system covertly detects concealed weapons on people as they pass through key access points and doorways in a variety of facilities.

The concealed weapons detection system — NForce CMR1000 — from Patriot One Technologies, Inc. is a first-of-a-kind, cost-effective, and non-invasive full-body scanning technology for use in all types of facilities. Designed to be practical and safe, this weapons detection system covertly detects on-body concealed weapons (rifles, handguns, knives, grenades, explosive vests) at key access points and doorways of weapons-restricted buildings and facilities.

NForce CMR1000 is designed to be installed behind walls, in ceilings, and in floors, and may be installed in order to notify security professionals prior to an individual carrying a weapon into a building. In addition, this facility security solution can be integrated with other access point security systems to assist in locking down doors, turnstiles, elevators, and other access point gating systems.

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Patriot One’s NForce CMR1000 utilizes very low power microwave emissions that, through machine learning algorithms, are able to target, identify, and notify security professionals and law enforcement of concealed threats.

With the system in place, owners and operators of private and certain public facilities can post anti-weapons policies with compliance assured.

The company developed NForce CMR1000 in partnership with researchers from Canada’s McMaster University.

“We’ve designed this technology for use in any public or private facility to effectively manage and restrict unlawful weapons access,” said Martin Cronin, CEO and director of Patriot One. “Our mission is to reduce the spread of violence caused by unlawful use of weapons through our superior detection technology that identifies concealed weapons, even on moving targets in real time.”

The company, based in Ontario, Canada has agreements in place with the University of North Dakota; Westgate Casino in Las Vegas; and VGroup Concepts in Orlando, FL.