A NEW SOLUTION IN WEAPONS DETECTION
WaveDefender brings innovative detection technology that instantly identifies concealed weapons.
WaveDefender Inc. Directly address the growing Active Shooter incidents which has become epidemic in our society. Since 2000, many parts of the US have experienced ongoing Active Shooter incidents with disturbing frequency. In response, WaveDefender and a respected university led research team have developed the “Defender” solution to assist security personnel in the detection of concealed weapons. The technology, which design to be placed in access points, utilizes radio wave to safely target, identify and notify of concealed threat. Early warning is the key to effectively prevent Active Shooter incidents, and WaveDefender bring its “Defender” technology as an automated alert system capable of covertly screening moving individuals for on-body concealed weapons (handguns, knives, grenades, explosive vests, etc.).
Carmi Peleg has thirty-five years of experience in the technology and hi-tech sector. He has launched startup companies and served on management teams providing expertise in business development, strategic planning, sales and marketing, contract negotiations, operations and R&D. Carmi has extensive experience in global project management. He specializes in developing, launching, and bringing to market, new cost-effective technologies for the security and defense industries.
Carmi has worked with the Israeli Ministry of Defense, Elbit Systems, Alstom Trains, General Dynamics Corporation, and Rafael Advanced Defense Systems.
Hector Reyes-Moncayo received his Electronics Engineering and Master in Telematics degrees from the Universidad Distrital Francisco Jose de Caldas in 1998 and 2003 respectively. He worked for several companies in Colombia in networking projects. In 2010 he was awarded with a Fulbright Scholarship to pursue his PhD degree in the USA, which he received in 2014 from the University of North Dakota, Department of Electrical Engineering. He is currently an assistant professor at the Universidad de los Llanos in Villavicencio Colombia. His research interests include Software Defined Radio, Cognitive Radio, Wireless Networks, and Networking.
Dor Peleg is a Unity developer with over 7 years of experience writing and designing code.
Experience with leading development teams as well as experience in UI/UX, AR and VR.
Jonathan Roberts is in his 21st year in Law Enforcement and worked every aspect of the field. Starting the Georgia Department of Corrections and worked his way as Detention Officer up to currently the Assistant Police Chief of a Georgia Municipal Agency.
Jonathan been a member of several specialized units to include, Criminal Investigations, Accident Reconstruction, K-9 and S.W.A.T. and worked as an adjunct instructor with Northeast Georgia Police Academy, North Georgia College Public Safety Academy, James A Neal Public Safety Academy, Georgia Tactical Officers Association, Rouge Defensive Strategies and Civilian Combat Consultants.
Jonathan specialized in firearms, tactical operations and threat assessments together with his service in Georgia Public Safety Training Center Advisory Board for the three years.
Former Georgia State Senator, Jim Butterworth, was appointed Director of The Georgia Emergency Management Agency (now known as The Georgia Emergency and Homeland Security Agency) by Governor Nathan Deal in January 2015. Butterworth announced his resignation following Hurricane Matthew on October 17, 2016. Previously, Butterworth served as the adjutant general (TAG) of the Georgia National Guard.