A new Canadian-developed concealed weapons detection system launching in March is starting a conversation about how to keep large gatherings like sport games, banquets, or clubs safe. The new technology can discretely and quickly scan a person entering a room to see if they may be carrying a concealed “object mass” The NForce CMR1000 then lets bouncers/security guards know if they have detected a concealed weapon, and sends security a picture of the individual.

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