SENGEX Partners with Patriot One Technologies at ASIS International 2017 Security Symposium

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SENGEX is proud and ready to offer turnkey integration of PATSCAN™ CMR, along with our other security services and solutions to maximize coverage and protection.

SENGEX will showcase an expansion to their physical security portfolio with the addition of Patriot One Technologies PATSCAN™ concealed weapons detection solution at the 2017 ASIS International Security Symposium in Dallas on September 25 and 26th.

PATSCAN™ CMR is complementary to other physical security solutions and services that include early-warning wireless device and drone detection. SENGEX booth visitors will learn more how PATSCAN™ CMR can be seamlessly and covertly integrated into security practices, while in parallel achieve an accelerated level of weapon detection not available with existing methods and technologies.

PATSCAN™ CMR is a first-of-its-kind cognitive microwave radar and software weapon detection system developed and manufactured by Patriot One Technologies (OTCQB: PTOTF) (TSX.V: PAT). It’s an early warning solution for today’s security professionals to effectively combat active shooter threats before they occur. Designed for cost-effective deployment in weapon-restricted buildings and facilities, the Patriot One radar device and software solution can be installed in key access points to identify weapons and alert security staff of an active threat entering the premises.

“Everyday government security or law enforcement individuals are faced with the potential of an active shooter or terrorist threat on their establishments, employees and visitors. ” said Eric Vollmecke, President of SENGEX. “Recent events in the news have validated the need for advanced covert weapon detection solutions. SENGEX is proud and ready to offer turnkey integration of PATSCAN™ CMR, along with our other security services and solutions to maximize coverage and protection.”

“We are pleased to be partnering with SENGEX at this year’s ASIS event,” says Martin Cronin, CEO of Patriot One Technologies. “Our participation aims to help bolster government and law enforcement organizations in terms of education and understanding of the limitations of existing covert weapon detection technologies, and how Patriot One’s PATSCANTM…

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