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Patriot One signs reseller agreement for deployment of PATSCAN VRS Solution


May 24, 2019
By SP&T Staff
SP&T Staff

TORONTO — Weapons detection technology firm Patriot One Technologies Inc. has entered into a binding reseller agreement with West Virginia-based Cramer Security & Investigations Inc. to distribute Patriot One’s PATSCAN VRS (video recognition solution) commercial units.

The agreement is for an initial term of five years, and pursuant to the agreement Cramer Security has acquired an initial 3-year lease of the solution as a first phase approach to deploying the PATSCAN multi-sensor covert threat detection platform across a broad range of its end customers. The agreement also includes minimum yearly sales requirements.

Patriot One says this initial PATSCAN VRS commercial deployment effort follows successful pilots and product demonstrations at client sites, as well as at the International Security Conference and Exposition (ISC West) in Las Vegas last month, April 9-12.

“Cramer Security has long been a supporter of Patriot One and its mission to provide innovative threat detection and counter-terrorism solutions for safer communities,” said David Utt, vice-president of Cramer Security, in a prepared statement. “Adding PATSCAN solutions to our current and future clients’ security technology infrastructure will enable our 500+ officers to better protect their customers, employees and properties from the horrific terrorist and lone actor attacks our communities are witnessing.”

Since 2003, Cramer Security has been servicing clients in the mid-Atlantic region of the U.S. as a security system integrator and provider of security personnel. The company has been engaged with Patriot One for the past two and a half years and was part of its pilot program in Q1, 2019.

“We’re extremely honored that David and his team at Cramer Security & Investigation have placed their trust in our covert, multi-sensor approach to threat detection,” said Martin Cronin, CEO and president of Patriot One Technologies, also in a statement.