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Radio Physics aims to make the world a safer place.
Radio Physics aims to make the world a safer place.

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RPS will be attending the Cross-Government Security Research on Detection Technologies event on 23 May 2016 in Central London along with Manchester Metropolitan University.

Learn more about the event here: http://www.paccsresearch.org.uk/news/cross-government-detection-technologies-briefing-day/

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Radio Physics will be presenting at this year’s Fourteenth Advanced Development for Security Applications Workshop (ADSA14) being held on May 10 – 11, 2016 at Northeastern University in Boston, MA on “Standoff Threat Detection using active MMW”

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Live bomb hunters in Turkey
RPS has developed a device to detect suicide bombers from 30 meters away. The technology, which has been used for the past 5 years, has come to Turkey... click below to read the full article (in Turkish)

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Radio Physics Announces Handheld Version of Innovative MiRTLE Standoff Threat Detection System

MIRTLE 10 Handheld Weapon Screening Device Now Available for Order

Radio Physics, creator of the MiRTLE® standoff threat detection system, today announced the release of the MiRTLE 10, a handheld version of their longer range MiRTLE 30. The ground breaking threat detection capability of MiRTLE can now be used in fixed, portable and handheld formats to scan for threats in areas that were previously unreachable. 

MiRTLE 10 is the world's only handheld system capable of detecting concealed threat items such as suicide vests, martyrdom belts, handguns, knives, and 3D printed weapons at true stand-off distances. MiRTLE enables law enforcement, public safety and other security professionals to screen people unobtrusively using a safe, non-invasive scan of individuals without invading their personal privacy by revealing anatomical details.

MiRTLE 10 is a handheld screening device that uses harmless, millimeter wave radar to detect threat materials or objects concealed under clothing up to 10 meters from the operator. By illuminating the target subject with low power, Ultra Wide Band (UWB) millimeter wave energy and analyzing the reflected signature, the specific nature of the concealed object or material is determined. Real threat objects such as handguns or concealed explosive devices present different radar signatures than benign objects like mobile phone hand-sets or keys. This enables MiRTLE 10 to differentiate between threat and non-threat items and alert the operator only to real threats, eliminating confusion from false alarms.

MiRTLE 10 can be used either indoors or outdoors and is manually aimed by the operator toward a single target subject. This facilitates non-contact screening at stand-off ranges. MiRTLE does not require the subject of interest to be static, compliant to instructions, or confined to a secured or controlled environment. Detected threats are indicated by a color coded curser display, thereby eliminating any operator responsibility to make “a threat/no threat” decision. Screening/Detection is done immediately, in real time, displaying no images to compromise the privacy of the target subject.

“The rigorous testing of this product has involved the UK Home Office and feedback from multiple evaluation from the US Army ART TSOA program," commented Carl Cagliarini, Vice President of Global Business for Radio Physics. “The MiRTLE 10 is the world’s first handheld screening device that allows a safe distance between enforcement and possible suspect. MiRTLE 10 is the cutting edge of reliable threat detection technology. Validation of our product capability through UK home office government branches and military users in the USA has been critical to ensure that we offer a product that will make a real difference for our users.”

About Radio Physics 
Radio Physics was founded to develop innovative radio technology systems in security, imaging, and critical communications. Based in the UK and USA, Radio Physics develops technology in collaboration with Counter and Anti-Terror Agencies, Police, and Humanitarian Organizations. Radio Physics is delivering the next generation of intelligent gun and bomb detection systems.

http://www.radiophysicssolutions.com/news/press-release/radio-physics-announces-handheld-version-innovative-mirtle-standoff-threat

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MiRTLE 30 - Handgun, Knife, Suicide Vest Materials & Pipe Bomb Detection

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MiRTLE® detectors enable rapid, real-time concealed threat detection (CTD) at stand-off ranges using ultra wide band millimeter wave radio to screen people.
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MiRTLE 10 and 30 real-time concealed threat detection (CTD) devices
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Radio Physics Opens New Production Facility 
in Manchester, United Kingdom

Radio Physics, provider of millimeter wave technology solutions for the defense, aerospace and security industries, today announced the completion and first manufacturing run of a new production facility in Manchester, United Kingdom. The new M1 production facility will manufacture Radio Physics innovative MiRTLE threat detection systems for European, Middle East and Asian markets.

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Radio Physics, creator of the MiRTLE® standoff threat detection system, today announced the release of the MiRTLE 10, a handheld version of their longer range MiRTLE 30. MiRTLE’s ground breaking threat detection capability can now be used in fixed, portable and handheld formats to scan for threats in areas that were previously unreachable. 
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