Liberty Defense is pleased to announce that it has signed a collaboration agreement (“CoA”) with the University of Wisconsin Police Department (“UWPD”) to beta test Liberty’s HEXWAVE™ security detection walkthrough portal on campus to screen students and faculty for improved campus safety. UW-Madison (UW) is known as one of the top universities in the country and is the oldest and largest public university in the state of Wisconsin. The UW’s academic and athletic success attracts tens of thousands to the campus each year.
Liberty Defense Holdings Ltd is announcing that it has signed a collaboration agreement (“CoA”) with Port Tampa Bay to beta test HEXWAVE. The Tampa Bay/Orlando I-4 Corridor region is the fastest growing region of the state, home to more than eight million residents and welcoming over 60 million visitors per year.Between the years 2007 and 2017, total cruise ship passenger capacity grew by 25 per cent in North America, with the following 10 years estimated to see a further 41 per cent increase, according to a 2017 report.
Liberty Defense announced that it has signed a collaboration agreement to beta test its flagship product, HEXWAVE, with the Maryland Stadium Authority, the unit of state government that owns and manages the sporting venues at Camden Yards in the city of Baltimore. Camden Yards is home to a professional baseball stadium seating approximately 45,000.
Liberty Defense Holdings announced that the company has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the German soccer team, FC Bayern München, a German football club based in Munich, Bavaria to beta test HEXWAVE. Allianz Arena, the home of FC Bayern, has a 75,000-seating capacity and is the second largest arena in Germany. HEXWAVE uses low-power, radar imaging and artificial intelligence primarily to detect and identify weapons.
Liberty Defense Holdings is providing an update and details of its memorandum of understanding to beta test HEXWAVE with Toney Sleiman of Sleiman Enterprises. Toney Sleiman is President of Sleiman Enterprises, one of Florida’s largest privately held real estate companies. Owned and operated in Jacksonville, Florida, the company develops and manages more than 150 shopping centers throughout Southeast Georgia with a footprint of over 5 million square feet of retail space.
Liberty Defense Technologies is announcing that it has secured an exclusive license from MIT Lincoln Laboratory, as well as a technology transfer agreement, for patents related to active 3D imaging technology that are packaged into the HEXWAVE product. This technology can stand alone or can be used in conjunction with other security products. Its sleek, refined industrial design makes it simple to install, easy to maintain, and discreet to operate.