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August 15, 2022


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Patriot One Technologies (PAT.T) sends five PATSCAN platforms to Cincinnati

Patriot One Technologies (PAT.T) shipped five of their PATSCAN Multi-Sensor Covert Threat Detection Platforms to Ginter Electrical in Cincinnati, Ohio earlier this week.

These devices were accompanied by engineers from both teh company and the City of Cincinnati Facilities and representatives from law enforcement, which will then commence platform deployment at pre-selected city facilities, which aren’t being disclosed at this time.

“Working with Ginter Electrical and the City of Cincinnati to deploy our PATSCAN Platform in select government venues is a great opportunity to demonstrate how private industry and government can work together to ensure the public’s safety. We’re excited to deliver our covert threat detection solution that is not only focused on saving lives but saving a way of life that the city’s employees, residents and visitors have come to expect since its establishment in December 1788,” said Martin Cronin, Patriot One CEO.

Immediately following the deployment of the platforms, Patriot One and Ginter Electrical will collaborate with city officials to determine adequate deployment of the platforms throughout other city facilities, and with other clients of Ginter Electrical who have shown interest in using the threat detection platform.

“We pride ourselves on being a forward thinking, innovative Midwest city; always looking for ways to enrich our residents’ and visitors’ lives, while keeping them safe. I am proud to be part of a nationwide group against gun violence, as we continue our own efforts to develop Cincinnati as a smart, safe city with safer, healthy communities. Bringing solutions like the PATSCAN Threat Detection Platform will help us achieve this goal. What started with our home team, the Cincinnati Reds at Great American Ball Park, will now expand across our great city. As it spreads across our state and nation, we can take pride in the fact that Cincinnati played a leading role,” said Paula Boggs Muething, interim city manager.

Patriot One Technologies is down $0.06 today, and presently trading at $0.93.

—Joseph Morton

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