Radio Physics Solutions
Radio Physics Solutions serves the rapidly growing electronic surveillance market, detecting physical threats to overcome chronic gun crime and the threat of terrorism.
Radio Physics Solutions aims to make the world a safer place.
RPS technology can determine, at a safe distance, if a human subject is carrying concealed explosives or weapons.
The company is generating revenues, which are set to increase considerably as their order book exceeds $1 million and is growing rapidly.
The company has raised over £3.5 million over multiple historical rounds, including via a successful previous round with SyndicateRoom, and has witnessed a steadily increasing price per share.
Radio Physics Solutions has developed the only mobile system that can detect personally carried knives, bombs and guns, both rapidly and at a distance (from a ‘standoff’).
Their core product, MiRTLE, is unique in a range of ways, and addresses problems existing systems present, which is that they are often difficult to interpret, inaccurate and sensitive to their environment, and these restrictions prevent effective screening.
The MiRTLE is the only device:
– proven to detect 3D printed weapons and concealed composite weaponry
– that enables rapid screening, indoors or outdoors
– that can identify both metallic and non-metallic objects
– that does not require a controlled environments for effective screening (works both indoors and outdoors, and in extreme heat)
– to reliably identify knives, guns and Person Borne Improvised Explosive Devices – PBIEDs – without image interpretation
MiRTLE does not require image interpretation and is the most accurate threat alert system to warrant a legitimate Stop and Search.
Clive Robinson of the National Ballistics Intelligence Service described MiRTLE as“the first viable and operational standoff weapon detector we have seen.”
There are a range of end customers in sight, in particular those in law enforcement, government defence and private protection.
Radio Physics is already working with with multiple US government agencies, and expects to secure Department of Defense (“DoD”) funding to help with product development.