Radio Physics Announces Partnership to Develop Stand-off Threat Detection Capabilities for Security Robots (Knightscope)
Radio Physics is pleased to announce that it is jointly developing stand-off threat detection capabilities for security robots in collaboration with Knightscope, Inc.
MiRTLE is currently available as a stand-off concealed threat detection system, the MiRTLE 30, deployed for detection of mass casualty threats such as suicide bomb vests and large assault weapons at distances out to 30 meters. The system is lightweight, portable, quick and easy to set up, and has low power requirements. The system can be deployed in a wide range of applications to protect people and critical infrastructure such as mass transit locations, groundside protection at airports and public buildings and large event facilities such as sports venues.
The integration of MiRTLE into the Knightscope security robots demonstrates the flexibility and scalability of the solution.