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Passive Security Scan

DTII’s VISION.

Selling peace of mind to our customers through effective security products.

Encouraging adoption of cutting edge technologies by providing functional and budgetary viability. Maintaining a company where research and creativity are nurtured, leading to a prosperous future for the company, our shareholders and our customers.

Defense Technologies International Corp.,, as part of the company strategic growth plan to enhance shareowner value on October 6, 2015 announced the acquisition of Defense Technology Corporation. With DTII’s cutting edge “Passive SecurityScan)” technology, DTII may well become a leader in the new personal security market.

Defense Technologies International Corp. (OTC-Pink - DTII) presents its Passive Security Scan™ US Patent: US7408461. A technology that enhances safety.

PASSIVE SECURITY SCAN FEATURES AND SPECIFICATIONS
The DTII Offender Alert Passive Scan is a portable scanning security device that uses the Earth’s magnetic fields to detect potential security threats. The Passive Security Scan is the only product of its kind that uses passive scanning. Traditional detectors use X-ray (radiation) imaging -the same type of technology that can have harmful effects after prolonged exposure; the Passive Security Scan eliminates any exposure to students. When students step through the Passive Security Scan, sensors embedded within the aluminum frame alert security personnel to the level of threat with color-coded LED lights and an audible buzz. The Passive Security Scan also can link with a computer to give an instant view, using numbers or colors, of the threat area, which can then be transmitted to a handheld device for ease of use, threat tracking and neutralizing

THE COMPANY

DTII brings products to market in the areas of personal and collateral protection. DTII succeed in the markets of personal and collateral protection by creating technology that is unique in design and operation. The company currently has two products in development that will change the face of their respective industries.

How safe are your schools and universities? Over the last five years there has been a marked increase in violent crime at elementary and secondary schools and universities. The National Crime Victimization Survey reported “students ages 12-18 were victims of about 1.5 million nonfatal crimes while they were at school.” To order call: (to follow) or email: (to follow) According to the National Center for Education Statistics, from 2006-2008, there were nearly 2,000 homicides, 1,500 suicides and 50 violent deaths of children ages 5-18 at schools. These statistics come from reported incidents; there are any number of crimes that go unreported. Defense Technology Corporation’s Passive Security Scan can positively impact these numbers. The Offender Alert Passive Scan can give students, teachers and staff members a safer, more secure learning environment.

Passive Security Scan™

The DTII Offender Alert Passive Scan (US Patent: US7408461) US Patent: US7408461) is a portable scanning security device that uses the Earth’s magnetic fields to detect potential security threats. The Passive Security Scan is the only product of its kind that uses passive scanning.

Traditional detectors use X-ray (radiation) imaging - the same type of technology that can have harmful effects after prolonged exposure; the Passive Security Scan eliminates any exposure to students. When students step through the Passive Security Scan, sensors embedded within the aluminum frame alert security personnel to the level of threat with color-coded LED lights and an audible buzz.

The Passive Security Scan also can link with a computer to give an instant view, using numbers or colors, of the threat area, which can then be transmitted to a handheld device for ease of use, threat tracking and neutralizing. The Passive Security Scan can be set to specific levels of detection, giving the school the ability to “ignore” cell phones and Mp3 players, but still detect more serious threats. The unit can scan one student in 1.2 seconds or 300 in 10 minutes.