Explosive Detector

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In response to the attack on our personal security (schools and all locations) Americans face a grave threat to human life here in the U.S., and around the world. I have designed a New Generation Long Range Radar Materials Detector. The Active Gun detection Unit (AGU-900) detects explosive and most materials at long range. This device work much like a radar gun that addresses security issues by providing a very fast responsive solution, they detect guns and materials quickly, and are easy to use.

There is unprecedented demand for a security device that can provide protection, for most all applications that is the AGU-900. Also the AGU-900 (long range detection device) will identify an array of small arms; explosive materials at 200 meters. It looks at a coded pattern and determines the materials patterns. It receives a bounce back a reflective electromagnetic amount of energy. In this energy is the coded patterns.

While the initial testing of the AGU-900 and the technologies are proven and tested, throughout the world we now have great credibility (FBI and Turkey in the USA); we still have many mechanical parts of the AGU-900 and SBG-911 that need to be redone. The initial prototypes (seen in the videos) were just that, a prototype built in a lab and only one purpose, to show it works. And it did that. But to take it to production requires a total re-build of the Housing, internal parts, and other mechanical hardware parts. We need to build the housing using different plastics that will hold up in the field and under harsh conditions. The prototype will not do this, and in fact, many parts were made from used pieces of materials to show the proof of concept, a low cost budget. And the housing needs to be injection molded. All the wiring and parts assembled have to be fitted and not glued in place.


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    William Birchard
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