About the Invention
Imagine a door frame. The C-A-R-E Metal Detector forms an upside-down U by starting at the bottom of the door frame, climbing to the top, cutting across the top, and descending to the other side, which creates an electromagnetic field. Then again, imagine a man with a concealed gun walking through the door. The gun transmits a signal to the second sensor, which alerts the security system. The second sensor’s job is to send a warning to a mobile app or an already-installed security system. Based on what the user has specified, the sensor determines the location of the intruder. The police, as well as other entities recognized in the system, are notified. Police can respond more swiftly and will know the intruder’s initial location, allowing them to find and end the threat more rapidly. Those with security alerts in the building can also take swift action to get people to safety because they will know where the access point is.
Among metal detectors, the C-A-R-E Metal Detector is an innovative product. The capacity to adhere or attach a metal detector to a door frame is a novel idea. The core of the technology is concealed in a thin, measurable, and paintable strip that may fit on a door frame and make it difficult to see.
About the Inventor
Tanisha Adams from Concord, NC, developed an adaptable metal detector to any doorway when her heart broke every time, she heard about school shootings. She wanted to help prevent any more kids, teachers, and others from dying due to this type of crime. Tanisha contacted the Mars Rising Network and had a provisional and design patent application filed and had the invention designed properly so that she may see success with this great idea and turn it into a real product.
She is actively seeking a company that would have an interest in licensing the product for a royalty
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