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September 7, 2017
Radio Physics is pleased to announce that it is jointly developing stand-off threat detection capabilities for security robots in collaboration with Knightscope, Inc., headquartered in Mountain View, California. Radio Physics MiRTLE® patented technology fuses proprietary millimeter wave radar techniques with artificial intelligence to provide instant standoff threat detection of concealed person borne threats. The system is optimized to detect person borne suicide bomb vests and assault...
July 27, 2017
Ely, United Kingdom, July 26, 2017 – Radio Physics has announced today the demonstration of two applications for its concealed threat detection solution – MiRTLE 30. The demonstrations were performed to multiple customers globally including a major law enforcement organization in the UK. The applications demonstrated were “high throughput screening” and “random crowd auto tracking”.  High throughput screening allows un-obstructive detection of up to 800 persons per hour for...
June 19, 2017
Radio Physics announces that its MiRTLE 30 standoff concealed threat detection system received a Certificate and Declaration of Conformity for CE Marking. The system complies with the Essential Requirements of the following EU Directives: Low Voltage Directive 2014/35/EU, EMC Directive 2014/30/EU, Radio Equipment Directive 2014/53/EU and RoHS 2 Directive 2011/65/EU and further conforms with the following EU Harmonization Standards EN 62368-1:2014 Safety Requirements, EN 61000-6+A1:...
June 23, 2016
Radio Physics Solutions Ltd announced today that they have now gained full ISO9001:2015 Certification. The certification was achieved working with CDL Group Ltd who oversaw the certification process. RPS will continue working closely with CDL Group over the next 5 years to strive in excellence with this international standard for quality management system (QMS). This continued support will help assure RPS will achieve consistent quality of services and products in an effort to increase overall...
July 16, 2015
MIRTLE 10 Handheld Weapon Screening Device Now Available for Order Radio Physics, creator of the MiRTLE® standoff threat detection system, today announced the release of the MiRTLE 10, a handheld version of their longer range MiRTLE 30. The ground breaking threat detection capability of MiRTLE can now be used in fixed, portable and handheld formats to scan for threats in areas that were previously unreachable.  MiRTLE 10 is the world's only handheld system capable of detecting...
June 16, 2015
Manchester Facility to Produce Innovative MiRTLE® Threat Detection Systems for European, Middle East and Asian Markets Radio Physics, provider of millimeter wave technology solutions for the defense, aerospace and security industries, today announced the completion and first manufacturing run of a new production facility in Manchester, United Kingdom. The new M1 production facility will manufacture Radio Physics innovative MiRTLE threat detection systems for European, Middle East and...
June 2, 2015
MIRTLE is an Innovative Screening Device Enabling Real-Time Detection of Concealed Weapons Radio Physics today announced the global availability of MIRTLE®, an innovative, new screening technology that enables near instant detection of concealed threat items such as PBIEDs (Person-Borne Improvised Explosive Devices), Guns, Knives including 3D printed weapons from stand-off distances of up to 30 meters.  MIRTLE is unique in the world of threat detection in that it does not violate...
June 5, 2014
by Alison Coleman for Forbes A year on since the first 3D printed gun made media headlines, what was dismissed by some as a ‘toy’ is now a sobering reality, with print templates for these weapons available for anyone to download. It’s the kind of threat to security that gives organisers of global events like the World Cup in Brazil, serious cause for concern, but thanks to a small British tech firm, it’s one they have a solution for. Radio Physics Solutions (RPS) has developed a scanner...
May 29, 2014
Paul Peachey for The Independent A mobile scanner designed to spot a 3D-printed plastic pistol hidden under a gunman’s clothing is to be used in Brazil after threats by organised criminals to disrupt the World Cup. The scanner – initially developed by British university physicists to help undercover police identify armed London gang members – can discover hidden weapons within a couple of seconds from up to a distance of 25 metres even if the weapon has no metal parts. The makers say that...
February 13, 2014
Manchester UK – Radio Physics Solutions (RPS) announced today a working partnership with NABIS (National Ballistic Intelligence Service) and a further breakthrough in RPS detection capability. In recent independent product capability tests conducted by NABIS, in conjunction with Greater Manchester Police, at Manchester Metropolitan University, and further testing at a NABIS Laboratory at a classified Home Office location, RPS handheld and RPS extended range detectors alerted operators...