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Engage Contract Manufacturer Delta Group Electronics for Commercial Intrusion Detection System Production

Quantum Technology Sciences, a security and surveillance tech company, announced the selection of Delta Group Electronics, Inc. to provide manufacturing services for the company’s commercial single channel seismic ground sensor product launch. Commercially, Quantum Technology Sciences provides situational awareness solutions for intrusion detection and movement monitoring. The company’s products safeguard high value assets and critical infrastructure facilities within the energy industry. These systems are infinitely scalable to provide intrusion detection for assets ranging from an acre in size to thousands of miles in length. Following a competitive selection process, Quantum chose Delta Group Electronics to provide a full complement of…
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July 21, 2014
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Closed on $4.4M Series A Round with O&G Investors

Cocoa Beach, Fla. – June 17, 2014 – Quantum Technology Sciences, a rapidly emerging provider of intrusion detection and movement monitoring solutions designed for securing energy assets, achieves and closes its targeted $4.4 million series-A funding round. The investors possess significant pedigrees in oil and gas production and include Bud Brigham of Anthem Ventures, Jim Farnsworth, chief exploration officer with Cobalt International Energy, Infinity Oil & Gas, and Texas-based investment firm McNair Group. “Quantum’s cutting edge technology is extremely impressive and addresses the pressing demand for domestic and international energy infrastructure security,” says Bud Brigham, Anthem Ventures, founder of Brigham…
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June 17, 2014
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Quantum Technology Sciences Forms Texas Subsidiary and Staffs Up

Quantum Technology Sciences, a security and surveillance technology company headquartered in Florida, announces the formation of its wholly-owned subsidiary Quantum Security Sciences. This new company, based in Houston, Texas, will spearhead commercial business development in the energy industry. “Standing up our subsidiary in Texas and bringing on seasoned security industry veterans sends a clear signal about our push to bring real-time intrusion monitoring to the O&G market” Additionally, the company announces the hire of two senior executives to their Texas-based team. These hires follow a $2.3M Series-A investment round by Quantum Technology Sciences to commercialize the company’s seismic-acoustic intrusion detection…
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March 28, 2014
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Security and Surveillance Firm Quantum Technology Sciences Lands $2.3M Investment for Commercialization

Cocoa Beach, Fla. - February 4, 2014 - A Florida-based security and surveillance tech company, Quantum Technology Sciences has secured $2,300,000 of investment from an initial funding round led by private investors to commercialize the company’s groundbreaking technology. Quantum developed technology to establish a real-time intrusion notification system to detect threats from the air, water, land and underground. As concerns over critical infrastructure and border security become increasingly prevalent, companies especially in the energy sector require security and surveillance solutions to ensure uptime and protect assets. The company’s product line combines patent-pending, buried, vibration sensors with a sophisticated suite of…
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February 4, 2014
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Evolution of Seismic Sensing for Security and Surveillance Applications

Quantum Technology Sciences President Mark Tinker, PhD gave a technical presentation on The Evolution of Seismic Sensing for Security and Surveillance Applications during ASIS 2013 in Chicago. The presentation addressed whether monitoring the earth for earthquake and natural hazards or nuclear explosions, operational seismic data centers help keep us safe. At local scales, far more sophisticated than everyday geophone-associated techniques or simple fiber optics, today’s sensors and algorithmic analysis capabilities enable tactical seismic monitoring to truly be voice recognition for the earth, providing the “ears” to complement, augment, and sometimes replace the security and surveillance “eyes” provided by radars, cameras,…
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September 25, 2013
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Presented at SAGEEP 2013

QTSI attended the 26th SAGEEP meeting held 17-21 March 2013 in Denver, CO, presenting an aspect of its work for an ARMY customer. SAGEEP, or Symposium on the Application of Geophysics to Engineering and Environmental Problems, is an international meeting of near-surface geophysical disciplines sponsored by the Environmental and Engineering Geophysical Society. The paper delivered an update on current unexploded ordnance (UXO) work for the US ARMY Corps of Engineers, Engineering Research and Development Center (ERDC), Vicksburg, MS, office. The UXO effort was undertaken to provide a system for range sustainment. QTSI’s hardware and software solution will detect and locate…
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March 20, 2013
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Develops New Seismic Sensor Technology

Quantum Technology Sciences, Inc. (QTSI), a geophysics-based security and surveillance solutions provider, has announced a novel seismic sensing technology for the security market. The unprecedented technology combines a proprietary buried seismic sensor with a sophisticated suite of detection and classification algorithms. In concert, they deliver a three-dimensional awareness zone of protection for perimeters and valued assets, detecting, classifying and reporting multiple airborne, terrestrial, underground and waterborne threats from significant distances, both inside and outside a security perimeter. “Seismic sensing for these applications has gotten a black eye over the years,” said Dr. Mark Tinker, president of QTSI. “The traditional seismic…
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September 1, 2012
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Home on the Artillery Range

July 2, 2012 (Cocoa Beach, FL) - In addition to helping protect facilities that launch rockets into the sky, Quantum Technology Sciences, Inc (QTSI) systems can also be installed to monitor artillery ranges for munitions falling from the sky. During the week of June 25, 2012, QTSI installed the 6th Sense system, configured with QTSI’s Seismic Acoustic Impact Monitor and Assessment (SAIMA) software at Fort Sill’s artillery range in Lawton, Oklahoma. Under a U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center contract, QTSI’s system provided the ability to score and report the location accuracy of mortar and artillery impacts on active…
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July 2, 2012
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3-2-1-Ignition, Secure Launch

June 20, 2012 (Cape Canaveral, FL) - An Atlas V rocket carrying a secret National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) payload lifted off from Space Launch Complex 41 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. The launch required exceptional security due to the sensitive nature of the rocket’s payload. Thus, through an Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) contract, Quantum Technology Sciences, Inc. (QTSI) invisibly installed its 6th Sense system underground near the launch pad as an extra measure of security and surveillance for the complex by monitoring the land, air, and waterways around the facility to validate pre-launch security. The QTSI 6th Sense…
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June 20, 2012