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IntelliNet Sensors Launches Lynx Breathing and Heartbeat Detection Systems with Intra- and Inter- Networking Capabilities

IntelliNet Sensors, Inc., a developer of multi-sensor breathing detectors, announced the launch of its Lynx5-A™, Lynx10-A™, Lynx10-B™, and Lynx-VU1™ breathing and heartbeat detection systems with intra- and inter- networking capabilities.

The advanced sensors are designed to detect the existence of live persons trapped under the rubble of a collapsed building. Unmatched in the industry, the Lynx5 and Lynx10 are complementary miniaturized units of distributed sensors that enable detection of breathing in hard-to-access areas, such as a 10-story collapsed building both above and underground. Lynx family's patented Sense-Through-The-Air™ Technology enables networking of the units to identify multiple trapped individuals below ground level. The system is superior to existing technologies in many ways; traditional solutions of seismic sensors are susceptible to environment noise, K-9s become inefficient in windy conditions, and due to high positive and negative false readings, radar-based detectors lack the accuracy and effectiveness of Lynx family products. In addition, Lynx detection of individuals takes less than a minute, covering an area of 100 square-meters. "Extreme efficiency in set up and interrogation time to detect trapped individuals was the key factor for the design of the Lynx family of products," commented Dr. Fred Mohamadi, Founder and President of IntelliNet Sensors. "The quick deployment and extended range detection capabilities enable the potential to save many more lives in a highly stressful and noisy environment, a factor that traditional sensors are lacking."

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 ten 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 the first responder communities in spreading their life-saving efforts globally.


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