Government, Police Fund Radar Crowd Scanner To Detect 3D Printed Weapons

Wednesday, March 5, 2014
By Paul Martin

“Expect mass adoption by law enforcement agencies”

Steve Watson
March 5, 2014

The British government and the Metropolitan Police have supplied funding for a crowd scanning device that searches for 3D Printed guns.
Boffins at Manchester Metropolitan University with financial aid from the UK’s Home Office and the MET police, recently unveiled the technology, which operates by scanning people with radio waves in crowded public places.

The radar waves are reflected back off any solid objects which are then analysed by a computer using artificial intelligence algorithms, in order to determine what the object likely is.

If a potential concealed weapon, including a 3D printed device, is detected, an alarm sounds, alerting the relevant authorities that they could have a dangerous ‘unmutual’ person on their hands.

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