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California company develops gunpowder detection system

BREA, CA Feb. 7, 2017 There were 476 Mass Shootings in 2016 alone! Further, there were more than 150,000 plus gun violence incidents or deaths from 2013-2016, and already 40 mass shootings this year!

Solution Sensors, Inc. Introduces technology for the of the first-ever portable gunpowder detector that can detect gunpowder across barriers and from a considerable distance. Thanks to its easy portability, the revolutionary sensor can be used virtually anywhere.

Their patented technology was first used by members of the Solution Sensors, Inc. team to search for survivors of catastrophic events such as mine collapses. Some of their team was even searching for survivors at the World Trade Center after the 9/11 attacks. Although the team advanced the technology for gunpowder detection and other lifesaving uses, the original device; LifeGuard™ continues to be used to search for survivors of earthquakes and mine collapses, stowaways in shipping containers, etc.

Over the past few years Solution Sensors, Inc. has been refining the technology and are now moving towards developing a personal detection device. Solution Sensors, Inc. had proven the technology works, demonstrated its capabilities with law enforcement, and received their input. They have finalized the development plan that will get them to their next major milestone. Their next step is to accelerate the execution of their development plan. They will do this by expanding their technical team and working with their development partners to digitize and test the sensor.

The detection device powered by their technology can accurately detect gunpowder that is found in all modern shotguns, handguns and rifles. Additionally, the detector can identify smokeless gunpowder bombs and loaded firearms among a huge crowd, inside cars in traffic stops or behind doors and walls.

After completing initial version of the sensor, the Solution Sensors, Inc. team had multiple interviews with officials from law enforcement, security companies, and government departments, and all are hopeful and confident about the revolutionary gunpowder detector sensor. You may check out the science here.

Solution Sensors, Inc. is set to launch a video talking about today's alarming Mass Shooting Statistics to raise awareness to the unprecedented number of mass shootings in the US alone. See the PSA independent of our dramatic informational video.

*Mass Shooting Statistics according to Mass Shootings Tracker. Gun Violence incidents or deaths during the same three years published on Gun Violence Archive.


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