Patriot One Technologies' PATSCAN Cognitive Microwave Radar (CMR) has achieved a milestone with the completion of Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and Industry Canada (IC) regulatory submission.
The concealed weapons detection system was put through a series of tests by an accredited third-party laboratory as the company seeks to commercialise the system.
The verified data from the testing laboratory will now be sent to Industry Canada and FCC for final approval, according to the company.
Patriot One Technologies CTO Dinesh Kandanchatha said: “Today, we are one step closer to delivering a certified mass-market version of the PATSCAN CMR in the US and Canada.
“Now that the hardware development is finalised for certification, we are proceeding with software optimisation in preparation to meet our delivery commitments.
"In this regard, I am further pleased to confirm that our projected manufacturing run for 2017 is now fully committed, and we are already booking sales into 2018.”
The PATSCAN CMR is a covert primary radar screening device that can be used to detect concealed weapons at key access points of weapons-restricted buildings and facilities.
Users can manage radar activities from a desktop computer, mobile application, or as a dedicated alarm for localised alerts, according to Patriot One.