PatriotOne Deep Neural / Radar Weapon Detection Examined

Author: Brian Karas, Published on Apr 19, 2017

The bodyscanner/weapons detection sector has seen several new products, some using advanced approaches like metamaterials (Evolv) or terahertz imaging (Digital Barriers), but one company is combining old technology - radar, with a new approach to data processing - deep neural networks, to create a lower-cost weapons detection scanner.

In this report, we examine PatriotOne's CMR1000 scanner, and compare it to similar products from Digital Barriers and Evolv.

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