Building a Secure Nation in a Secure World

Problems our technology can solve

Have you or a family member been in a disaster? You don’t know what has happened, where your children or family members are, what can you do to improve the odds? Society can do better about helping us whether it is active shooter, a power outage, a nuclear blast or a solar flare. Can we have a robust (and ultimately low-cost) method of communicating during a disaster? We say yes!

Getting information during a disaster

There is a need for communication during an emergency or a loss of infrastructure such as cell networks. And it shouldn’t matter whether it is a school shooter, Nuclear war or something else.

Our various technologies can protect your electronics against bursts of radiation and EMP. It can interrogate shipping without any delays, and reduce complications from radiation treatment. Variants will improve and reduce the consequences of mining, oil searching, perhaps generation of isotopes as well.

Can we do better than inspecting 1% of cargo? can we do it without delays? Yes!

Less than 1% of cargo is inspected by anything other than the manifest. Explosives, special nuclear materials, contraband can be shielded and hidden inside packages  or cargo and not detected. We have a way, better than backscatter x ray to find these materials without slowing commerce, baggage or cargo.

Currently smuggling of nuclear and chemical weapons, as well as multiple kinds of contraband by travelers and in shipping is a huge concern. The principals at GSTND have been involved in proving a technology that we believe is capable of safely, inexpensively, and without slowing commerce capable of finding most kinds of weapons of mass destruction. It is even capable of doing this in a portable system. We are now at the point where we are looking for private funding to enable this in a commercial fashion.

Making radiation from cancer treatment safer

Must we deal with a high rate of cancer treatment complications because the sensing methods have a 5% absolute error, when we believe we have a low-cost way of reducing this by a factor of 5? No, we can do much better!

Roughly 6 Million people are treated with radiation for cancer each year. Because of the 5% absolute uncertainty in dose at the cancer site because of limits in the current radiation sensors a large number of those patients get too much dose (providing horrible consequences) or too little (inadequate treatment. It is probable that our technology could result in a reduction in the number of complications after treatment by a factor of 5.