Mr. Bill Riker
FCC HAS GRANTED LIBERTY DEFENSE AN EXPERIMENTAL LICENCE TO BEGIN TESTING HEXWAVE
Liberty Defense Holdings Ltd. has been granted an experimental licence by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to begin testing of Hexwave in Liberty's laboratory situated at Peachtree Corners, Atlanta, Ga.
The FCC is an independent United States government agency overseen by congress that regulates interstate and international communications by radio, television, wire, satellite and cable throughout the United States.
"Experimental licence is a key aspect of the process to develop and test the Hexwave product with active 3-D [three-dimensional] imaging technology and AI-enabled [artificial intelligence-enabled] automatic detection for outdoor/indoor concealed weapon detection applications An experimental licence to test the equipment in our own laboratory represents a significant step toward realizing our commercialization goals," said Bill Riker, Liberty's chief executive officer. "Once the beta test locations are finalized, we will immediately look to apply for experimental licences for our beta testing locations."
Hexwave is Liberty Defense's flagship product that uses a form of low-power radar energy to create 3-D images in real time to detect concealed weapons under clothing and hand-held baggage. It captures rich information about the detection space to detect various materials. Using image processing techniques to create images, it uses the data and images to train and enhance its AI algorithms for automatic detection.
About Liberty Defense Holdings Ltd.
Liberty provides security solutions for concealed weapon detection in high-volume foot traffic areas and has secured an exclusive licence from MIT Lincoln Laboratory, as well as a technology transfer agreement, for patents related to active 3-D imaging technology that are packaged into the Hexwave product. The system is designed to provide discrete, modular and scalable protection to provide layered, stand-off detection capability. This is intended to provide a means to pro-actively counter evolving urban threats. The sensors with active 3-D imaging and AI-enhanced automatic detection are designed to detect metallic and non-metallic firearms, knives, explosives and other threats.
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