(NEW YORK)- Defense Technologies International Corp. (OTCMKTS: DTII) announced the start of its final phase for production — a Beta Field Test for its Passive Security Scan Portal.
Passive Security Scan Inc., (PSSI), a subsidiary of DTII, has arranged its final phase of production, a Beta Field Test program, to be performed at a public school in Austin Texas, under the direction of Marketing Director, Luke Hillbery.
For over two years, we have developed and tested our unique personnel screening system, the ‘Passive Security Scan’, marketed in the future as the ‘Passive Portal’, to where it is now configured and ready for its final field tests. Upon completion it will be manufactured and marketed to schools, sports stadiums, airports, government, and other public venues seeking increased safety and security, domestically and abroad.
The Beta Field Test program is designed to: a) detect any possible issues in the manufacturing process; b) assure quality control and test standards are high and accurate; c) test the system’s user friendliness d) ensure superb product performance and scalability; and e) begin product marketing.
Continual in-house R&D tests have proven that the ‘Passive Security Scan’ system is comprehensively successful in detecting guns, knives, scissors, shrapnel components typically used in bombs, and other metallic items commonly used in weaponry. We are confident that the Beta Field Test program will prove our ‘Passive Portal’ ready for full production and manufacturing.
The manufacturing of the ‘ Passive Porta l’ scanner units for use in this test are now in process. This production phase, including the Beta Field Test, will take four to five weeks to complete and ready the Company for full scale manufacturing. The Beta Field Test program will be followed by a full-scale marketing campaign.
“I am delighted that after a prolonged period of intensive development and testing we are finally ready to market our ‘Passive Portal’ . Bringing increased safety and security to the public at large and to our most precious commodity, ‘our Children’, is paramount.” Says Merrill W. Moses, President and CEO of DTII/PSSI.
The “Passive Portal” technology is based on the ‘Earth’s Magnetic Fields’ with no emissions emitted for detection and is therefore extremely safe to any person passing through the ‘ Passive Portal’. The Passive Security Scan system uses highly developed field sensing technology using patented methods to sense and pin point the location of contraband detected.
We are pleased to present the Company’s Subsidiary’s Video Production about the “Passive Security Scan” Project.
The Development of the Passive Security Scan Project has now reached i t s final stage, t he ‘BETA Field Test Program’ to ready it for production, manufacturing, and marketing.
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