Patriot One Technologies is pleased to announce the appointment of Peter Evans as Chief Executive Officer, effective on November 16, 2020. Mr. Evans succeeds Martin Cronin who will remain on as a director of the Company. Mr. Evans brings over 25 years of experience working with venture-backed and public companies in executive leadership, operations and board roles. Mr. Evans has demonstrated a track record for success in revenue growth and profitability.
Patriot One Technologies announces that Martin Cronin, the Company’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and one of its early founding members, will be stepping down from his position as CEO. Having overseen the successful rollout of the PATSCAN Multi-Sensor Threat Detection Platform and the commencement of initial sales of the product, Mr. Cronin will remain CEO and a Board Member until his replacement has been found, after which he will remain on the Board in an advisory role.
Patriot One Technologies announces receipt of a purchase order for its PATSCAN Multi-Sensor Covert Threat Detection Platform from Ginter Electrical of Ohio and Mt. Healthy City School District. The PATSCAN Multi-Sensor Covert Threat Detection Platform has been shipped to Ginter Electrical, where they will be joined by Patriot One engineers and Mt. Healthy City School District security and engineering teams to begin testing for deployment of the solution.
Patriot One Technologies is pleased to announce a collaboration partnership with Los Angeles Football Club, part of Major League Soccer, to pilot its PATSCAN Platform at Banc of California Stadium. The PATSCAN Multi-Sensor Covert Threat Detection Platform will ship in January 2020 to the security team at Los Angeles Football Club, where they will be joined by Banc of California Stadium security and Patriot One implementation engineers to begin the integration and pilot deployment project.
Patriot One Technologies will officially announce a new officer safety initiative at the 2019 International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) Conference in Chicago, Illinois. In addition to demonstrating the PATSCAN Platform, the Company will introduce and demonstrate its new PATSCAN VRS-M concept. Thanks to its partnership with the University of North Dakota, Patriot One will demonstrate the solution using a UND Police Department vehicle.
Patriot One Technologies announced an integration partnership with Johnson Controls International. The signed agreement follows successful PATSCAN Platform demonstrations at the ISC West Conference and Cisco Live. The integrated solution and subsequent ongoing development efforts will become part of overall security system deployment projects with Johnson Controls’ key clients, including sports franchises and a global transportation client.
Patriot One Technologies announced that it has signed a collaboration agreement with Xtract Technologies to develop and improve new products and services, explore the potential for joint research and development activities and consider the feasibility of future strategic alternatives. Xtract will work closely with three of the PATSCAN platform component teams to explore how artificial intelligence technology can augment multiple data sets, such as people and threat objects.
Patriot One Technologies reports that its business development team is celebrating the commencement of international sales force engagement and entry into the global marketplace. This announcement establishes multiple reseller commitments representing the launch of international reseller operations and activates contractual multi-year commitments unique to each territory. The initial overseas commitments cumulatively represent CAD$1.96 million.
Patriot One Technologies is pleased to announce plans to develop international Threat Detection Testing at University of North Dakota (UND) main campus in Grand Forks. The initiative was led by Patriot One and UND campus Chief of Police, Eric Plummer. Chief Plummer traveled to Kelowna, B.C. to tour Patriot One’s new development and testing center, as well as to finalize implementation plans for the UND Threat Detection Testing. The University of North Dakota is a public research campus that offers 224 fields of study; including: aviation and aerospace at the John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences.