Radio Physics appoints Dr. Alan Whitfield as Chief Technology Officer (‘CTO’)

June 6, 2020

Ely, UK, 06 June 2020: Radio Physics today announces the appointment of Dr. Alan Whitfield as Chief Technology Officer. 

Dr. Whitfield will be responsible for the continued development of Radio Physics’ technology roadmap, harnessing his extensive experience in security and defence. He previously led a number of successful technology programmes for government bodies with £multi-billion budgets. 

Gary King, Chief Executive Officer of Radio Physics Solutions Limited said: “We are delighted to welcome Alan to our team. Radio Physics is shaping the security industry by extending the perimeter of existing security solutions to protect the public against people concealing weapons on their person. We believe that Alan’s background, his collaborative nature and forward thinking will ensure that we deliver world leading threat detection solutions to our customers globally.” 

Dr. Whitfield said: “I am thrilled to join this forward-thinking and innovative technology business. Radio Physics’ technology is gaining momentum, our latest technology answers all feedback received from previous trials, with an extensive product roadmap and many new technical advances, I am very excited about what the future holds.” 

Alan holds a first-class honours degree in Mathematics, including the University prize for Mathematics and a PhD in Control Engineering. 

About Radio Physics 

Radio Physics design and manufacture Optracon, a fully automated, stand-off concealed threat detection solution based on mm wave radar technology. Detecting mass casualty threats including concealed assault rifles, machine pistols, PBIED’s and large bladed weapons at distances exceeding 30 metres. 

Having spent several years inventing and augmenting millimetre wave radar technology to detect concealed threats effectively and accurately at distances of 30 metres, Radio Physics is the world leader in stand-off concealed threat detection. 

Radio Physics is committed to improving public safety, making the world a safer place and saving lives, allowing unrestricted free movement of people in open public spaces and giving people the assurance to go about their everyday lives in safety and with peace of mind.

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