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Tutelare Announces Successful Product Demonstrations of Wearable Weapon Detection Technology

“Our goal is to be able to detect concealed weapons as far away as 50 meters (164 feet) or more,” said Rod Reum, Executive Chairman of Tutelare.

The Tutelare Corporation, developers of a wide range of wearable/mobile and fixed weapons detections (WFWD) technologies to improve detection of potential threats outside, at access/entry control points and inside potential threat target locations, has successfully completed prototype tests for its wearable detection product with detection of a gun up to 8 meters (26 feet) and a knife up to 6 meters (20 feet).

“Our goal is to be able to detect concealed weapons as far away as 50 meters (164 feet) or more,” said Rod Reum, Executive Chairman of Tutelare. “Deciphering unauthorized firearms have been a challenge for public venues such as malls and public transportation hubs. The wearable WFWDs provide mobile threat detection perfect for bodyguards, security guards, and law enforcement. Our portable technology is a valuable tool to keep their residents or patrons safe in their cities or venues.”

Tutelare’s wearable WFWDs provide mobile threat detection perfect for bodyguards, security guards, and law enforcement. The fixed WFWDs can help secure events and buildings such as churches, airports, synagogues, schools, malls, sports stadiums, public events and crowded areas.

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