RONIN Threat Detection Platform has won the 2016 Popular Science Best of What’s New award in the security category.
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RONIN Worlds First Threat Detection Platform
RONIN is an easy to operate smart walk through metal detector offering threat analytics, location specific threat detection, reduced operational costs and unmatched patron throughput.
Proprietary sensors and signal processing algorithms create the most cutting edge threat detection system available on the market today. Passive scanning automatically pinpoints the location of a threat item on the patron’s front side, backside, bag or cavity; even when in a group.
RONIN has unmatched cost per scan, always on operation, while using fully automated non-invasive scanning. Compared to traditional metal detection solutions, RONIN has up to three times greater throughput rates.
Data driven software based alerts provide assessment and classification intel of detected threat event and can be pushed standard IP based Ethernet protocols for command and control integration. RONIN also supports multi-sensor fusion and assessments from sensor types such as seismic, acoustic, RF, ultrasound, thermal, RADAR, millimeter wave, chemical sniffers, bio-metrics and more.
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