IntelliNet Sensors, Inc., a developer of multi-sensor breathing and heartbeat detectors, announced the launch of its Lynx3-A™ Mountable Breathing Detector System for the detection of live persons inside cargo containers.
The networked and advanced sensors are designed to detect the existence of live persons hiding inside a container or a vessel, while an integrated video camera system and other sensors capture the information of the vehicle. Unmatched in the industry, the Lynx family's patented Sense-Through-The-Air™ Technology enables networking between the various units of the Lynx3-A™ to identify multiple hiding individuals inside a compartment. The system is superior to existing carbon dioxide detectors, sniffing dogs and X-ray or other heavily radiating systems in many ways: traditional solutions of using carbon dioxide detection is time consuming and erroneous at certain occasions, X-ray and other radiation sources need to be in high doses which poses numerous health risks for operators and hiding persons, and K-9s are inefficient in windy conditions and can be deceived. The ultra-wideband radio frequency system searches for changes in the electro-magnetic signature of a confined volume and registers its minuscule perturbations. The rapid deployment of the system across borders, loading docks of airplanes, and vessels allows authorities to expeditiously detect and prevent human trafficking and illegal entry - a factor that traditional sensors are lacking.
"By remotely using the sensors in multiple points spatially, hiding individuals are detected in real-time at the fraction of capital expenditure and operating cost," commented Dr. Fred Mohamadi, Founder and President of IntelliNet Sensors.
About IntelliNet Sensors, Inc.
IntelliNet Sensors, Inc. (INS) is a privately held U.S. company that develops advanced electronic modules with very small form factors, highly integrated functionality, and advanced performance for a wide range of commercial applications. INS has more than twenty granted patents, as well as numerous pending patent applications. Because each is specifically related to breathing and heartbeat detection technology at extended ranges, INS is uniquely positioned to serve port authorities, border protection agencies, local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies, and first responder communities in spreading their life-saving and security efforts globally.