(NEW YORK)–Defense Technologies International Corp. (OTCMKTS: DTII) recently announced that the company will be demonstrating its terrorist security technology at schools and universities starting in October 2017.
In the wake of the horrific mass shooting in Las Vegas technologies that can assist in venue security, such as DTII Passive Security Scan, have been building increased interest.
From our understanding, because of the recent shooting in Las Vegas, the Company is moving ahead much faster in regards to deploying their weapon scanners in some schools, and there could even be some news on this front before the end of the month.
Unlike other scanners that are used in public facilities, the Passive Security Scan does NOT use X-rays to detect threats. The “Passive Security Scan” technology is based on the ‘Earth Magnetic Fields’ has no emission whatsoever and is therefore extremely safe and harmless to the person passing through our portal.
“Serious health concerns have been raised over the repeated exposure to X-rays from other scanning machines currently in use. We believe that our Passive Security Scan is the best solution to help protect students and faculty members alike from harmful terrorist attacks,” stated Defense Technologies International CEO Merrill W. Moses.
The Company’s ‘Passive Security Scan’ is a unique “next generation” walk-through detector scanning unit. This patented and trademarked passive scanning system allows for detecting and identifying concealed threats such as guns, knives, etc.
Mr. Moses also stated, “We are excited to demonstrate our scanning technology for use at elementary schools, high schools, and universities in Canada and the United States.”
The Company also stated they were now offering “distributor” opportunities for its security technology throughout the United States and all the Provinces and Territories of Canada.
Defense Technologies International is traded on the OTC market under ticker symbol “DTII”
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