EQUITY.GURU podcast: Patriot One Technologies (PAT.T) – the hardware that protects soft targets

If the world was inhabited exclusively by decent, well-adjusted people, Patriot One (PAT.T) (a covert weapons-detection tech company) would be out of business.

But that is not the world we live in. Every day about 400 people in the U.S. are shot, and 100 of them die.

Patriot One’s “Cognitive Microwave Radar” detects concealed weapons from parking lots to buildings.

Recently, U.S. soft targets have been targeted by shooters: a grocery store in Kentucky, a synagogue in Pittsburgh, a Las Vegas hotel, a yoga studio in Florida, a college bar in California and numerous schools.

“Most incidents occur at locations in which the killers find little impediment in pressing their attack,” states Patriot One, “Locations are generally described as soft targets, that is, they carry limited security measures to protect members of the public.”

Martin Cronin, the CEO of Patriot One, spoke with Equity.Guru’s Guy Bennett about the company’s tech, partnerships, development cycle and the plan for its $70 million treasury.

Listen in!

Full disclosure: Patriot One Technologies is an Equity.Guru marketing client.

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2 comments

  1. Ken Hughes Reply

    You state that “Full disclosure: Patriot One Technologies is an Equity.Guru marketing client.” That being the case, you should be sure to change your introduction to specify that Patriot One Technologies Inc. is on the Toronto Stock Exchange under symbol PAT. You mistakenly indicated that they were PAT.V on the Canadian Venture Exchange???

    • Lukas Kane Post authorReply

      Ken, you are 100% right. Old habits die hard. I am fixing the ticker symbols now, to PAT.T, and will also get our audio post-production supervisor, gaalen – to fix the intro. Thanks for bringing that error to our attention. Appreciated.

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