Innovative Technology To Stop School And Public Mass Shootings Launched

Stealth Entry has launched its patent-pending security product, RAPID-IQ. It aims at stopping school and public mass shootings while securing the safety of forward-deployed military personnel.

Westerville, United States - May 23, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Stealth Entry, an Ohio-based cybersecurity provider, has announced the release of its patent-pending RAPID-IQ. This product is an innovative technology that mitigates and reduces active shooter threats.

More information can be found at https://www.stealthentry.com/rapid-iq/

The newly launched RAPID-IQ is powered by artificial intelligence, SMART IoT, and Blockchain technology. It was designed with the aim of eradicating school and public mass shootings while securing the safety of forward-deployed military personnel.

Over the years there has been an ever-increasing occurrence of public school shootings as well as mass shootings in general, all across the United States. These shootings have caused the death of many, both young and old, and have also led parents, teachers, and the general public to worry about the safety of their kids as well as themselves.

It is with these statistics in mind that Stealth Entry came up with a solution. With RAPID-IQ, real-time intelligence can be provided to first responders and military personnel when it’s needed the most.

A news bulletin was released in January of this year by ABC News Channel 6 about the threat detection technology, which was in process at the time. The report showed a demonstration of how RAPID-IQ would work to detect a possible threat.

More on this can be found at https://abc6onyourside.com/on-your-side/westerville-company-developing-weapon-detection-system-for-schools

In the featured video on the bulletin, a camera was seen showing a male holding what appeared to be a gun. This was picked up by the camera’s sensor which zoomed in on the weapon and reported it as being 99% threat.

If placed at the entry of a school, for instance, the cameras that come with RAPID-IQ will be able to scan and quickly detect any possible threatening individuals attempting to enter the premises. When this has been detected, the school’s principal will be alerted along with law enforcement officials, making for swift elimination of the threat.

RAPID-IQ was created by Stealth Entry to provide an analytical and procedural overview for all law enforcement, military organizations, and first responders. The patent-pending technology will further help them to quickly develop a well-executed course of action using real-time live intelligence from multiple source points. At the same time they will be able to respond to a critical threat or AOR combat event that disrupts daily operations within a facility, or geographic location.

Apart from RAPID-IQ, Stealth Entry also has other products, including Security IoT and Stealth Chain. The company offers services in Risk Advisory Assessments, Training, Managed Cyber Security, and Software Development.

Interested parties can click on the links above or visit https://www.stealthentry.com for more information.

Contact Info:
Name: Israel Arroyo
Email: Send Email
Organization: Stealth Entry LLC, Cyber Security Solutions
Address: 171 Charring Cross Drive South, Westerville, OH 43081, United States
Phone: +1-833-423-2927
Website: https://www.stealthentry.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88958772

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