(NEW YORK) –Defense Technologies International Corp. (OTCMKTS: DTII), and their non X-ray metal detectors for schools, could be a stock to watch as demand for school security increases.
The recent school shootings at both SantaFe High School, and Parkland, Florida earlier this year have shinned light on the growing need for increased security at schools. 2018 is already on pace for one of the highest school shooting rates according to recent data, and for some the shootings at both SantaFe and Parkland has galvanized national attention to finally implement solutions to stave off this threat.
The increased desire to address this growing threat could put DTII on a number of trader watch lists as schools and local governments look to increase security.
The Company’s “Passive Security Scan” technology is based on the ‘Earth Magnetic Fields’ with no emissions and is therefore extremely safe to any person passing through the Passive Security Scan portal. The Passive Security Scan system uses highly developed field sensing technology using patented methods to sense and pin-point the location of items detected.
DTII recently added on new members to their Board of Advisors who have experience and know how on production, and based on recent capitalization changes the Company may be set to launch production of their Passive Security gun scanner systems for schools in the very near future.
Defense Technologies International has around 1.2 million shares issued and outstanding, and is traded on the OTC market under the ticker symbol “DTII”.
About Defense Technologies International Corp
Defense Technologies International Corp.’s subsidiary – ‘PASSIVE SECURITY SCAN INC.’ has the exclusive worldwide license to manufacture and distribute “PASSIVE SECURITY SCAN” technology. The Passive Security Scan is a portable scanning security device that uses the Earth’s magnetic fields to detect potential security threats. It is the only product of its kind that uses passive scanning. Traditional detectors use X-ray (radiation) imaging – the type of technology that can have harmful effects after prolonged, repeated exposure; the Passive Security Scan eliminates any exposure to students. When students step through the Passive Security Scan, sensors embedded within the aluminum frame alert security personnel to the level of threat with color-coded LED lights and an audible buzz. The Passive Security Scan can also be linked with a computer to give an instant view, using numbers or colors, of the threat area, which can then be transmitted to a handheld device for ease of use, threat tracking and neutralizing. https://www.passivesecurityscan.com