Jenny Yuen, reporter from the Toronto Sun (Twitter: @SunReporterYuen) recently took time to speak to Robert Delamar to question him about the use of WiFi as a solution to detect concealed weapons. But also to bring up the main concern with any surveillance technology – that of public privacy
The two talked about how the First Responder Technologies solution is likened to fence posts that creates an “invisible mesh”. And how this WiFi field respects the privacy of the public by only scanning for metal objects without intercepting images of people or collecting personal data.
Read the full article over at the Toronto Sun