Patriot One says the signed agreement follows successful PATSCAN Platform (the catchall name for its full suite of weapons detection solutions) demonstrations at the ISC West Conference and Cisco Live.
According to the firm, the integrated solution, and subsequent ongoing development efforts, will become part of overall security system deployment projects with Johnson Controls’ key clients, including sports franchises and a global transportation client.
“Partnering with Johnson Controls on this security network and access control integration project is truly an honor for our team,” said Martin Cronin, Patriot One CEO, in a prepared statement. “We’re pleased that the many demonstrations and pilots of our PATSCAN Multi-Sensor Covert Threat Detection Platform in recent months have captured the interest not only of this Tier 1 global security integrator, but several of their high-profile clients, including professional sports franchises and fortune 100 clients.”
The PATSCAN Multi-Sensor Covert Threat Detection Platform currently includes four threat detection technologies, including the PATSCAN CMR covert weapon detection sensor, the PATSCAN VRS video threat recognition software, the PATSCAN STS multi-chemical threat detection sensor and the new PATSCAN TMS covert weapon detection sensor.
Patriot One says its management and technical teams are also in evaluation of other threat detection components, which can be added to the PATSCAN Platform and may be included in some of the ongoing integration development efforts with Johnson Controls and their clients.
“Patriot One’s PATSCAN Multi-Sensor Covert Threat Detection Platform, and its sensor components, meets many of the requirements for preventative security measures and non-visual requests for our key clients,” said Kit Bishop, of Johnson Controls International, also in a statement. “Deploying Patriot One’s platform with our security solutions and technologies will effectively enable us to deliver a layer of protection to increase the safety and peace of mind of our clients and the customers who visit their campuses and sports venues.”