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The future of threat detection technology detailed in investor video.

Guardian Technologies International : 03 August, 2007  (Company News)
Guardian Technologies outlines the future market for threat detection technology in the homeland security market as part of its business plan.
Guardian Technologies International has announced the online availability of a new Investor Overview Video that details the Company's high-growth business plan to capitalise on proprietary, groundbreaking threat detection technology.

"Whether the tiny beginnings of a deadly cancer or a miniscule amount of hidden explosive, the detection capability of digital imaging technologies to date have been limited," said Steve Lancaster, Vice President of Guardian Technologies International, during the Investor Overview Video. "Guardian has developed proprietary, state-of-the-art imaging technologies that can be seamlessly added to virtually any detection device—whether it's an MRI system or an airport x-ray scanner, we target detection within the image."

Guardian has identified a two-year, $150 million opportunity pipeline, which will be aggressively exploited to grow sales. The Company's expansion plans also include strategic acquisitions to add complementary technologies and accelerate its already high-growth business model.

"Global Homeland security spending is expected to balloon from 70 billion dollars in 2007 to 180 billion within five years," said Mr Lancaster. "In the United States, TSA's top priority is bomb and IED detection. We've all read the media regarding the high failure rate of explosives and weapons detection tests at airport security checkpoints. Our PinPoint product will vastly improve detection while delivering a very low rate of false alarms. We see this area as a major revenue generator for Guardian Technologies."
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