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Quantum Technology commercializing detection technology

Feb. 5, 2014 at 10:27 AM   |   Comments

COCOA BEACH, Fla., Feb. 5 (UPI) -- Technology for a system that detects and notifies users of physical intrusions is being commercialized by Florida-based Quantum Technology Sciences.

Quantum said in a news release that commercialization of its real-time detect and notify technology is being made possible through a $2.3 million initial investment by private investors.

"There are solutions out there to detect intruders at and within a security perimeter," says Quantum Chief Executive Officer Mark Tinker. "Quantum's paradigm shift comes from the ability to classify the location and type of intrusion not only at and within a security perimeter, but well beyond, out to a more extensive awareness perimeter.

"Proactive security is the result, where threats can be identified and more effectively deterred or neutralized before doing harm."

Quantum said its technology detects aerial, land, maritime and underground threats. Its product line combines patent-pending, buried, vibration sensors with a suite of proprietary detection and classification algorithms. Products don't require a line of sight to an intruder and can simultaneously identify and track multiple threats.

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