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Joined: Sep 17, 2004 Posts: 2 Location: silicon valley
Posted: Fri Sep 17, 2004 3:58 pm Post subject: A New Industry: Devices that Identify Violent Criminals
Would violent criminals attack if they knew they would be quickly identified and punished?
A new invention identifies attackers by DNA. It will reduce violent crimes like assault, abduction, rape, and murder. It is called the Identifying Security Product (ISP).
THE CONCEPT IS SIMPLE
The ISP combines DNA identification with the detection capability of Radio Frequency IDentification (RFID) tags. RFID is a wireless technology that enables the wireless detection objects. An RFID tag can be the size of a pin head.
A potential victim wears a button sized capsule of RFID tags. Imagine a pill holding a hundred pin head sized RFID tags. Each RFID tag has little barbs which sample and hold skin (DNA) from the attacker. When the attacker strikes the struggle of the attack ruptures the capsule and scatters these DNA samplers over him. Some of them will sample the attacker’s skin and then scatter on to the ground.
THE POLICE SEARCH
Each enclosure has a unique RFID code which all of the tags share. A police set their wireless RFID search devices to alert only upon detection of the victim’s unique code. All other RFID codes are ignored. Once a DNA sampler is recovered it is taken to a DNA lab to extract the DNA and identify the attacker.
AN INTEGRATED ISP DETECTION NETWORK
An integrated detection network would make the ISP even more powerful. Long range passive RFID tags with internal antenna are coming see
Mobile phones will soon have integrated RFID detectors.
A web search for ‘mobile + phone + rfid’ will yield much on this.
Imagine an integrated network of mobile phones/RFID detectors searching for the victim’s unique RFID code. An attacker contaminated with the victim’s RFID tags and with RFID tags holding his DNA scattered about would have little hope of avoiding identification.
Such a pervasive an integrated detection network would make the live recovery of kidnap victims a real possibility. The attacker contemplating this scenario might decide not to attack at all.
Every year in the USA alone there are over 5.7 million violent crimes. + 80,000 rapes, +4.8 million assaults, +30,000 stranger abductions, 100 child abduction murders.
The ISP is the low cost. It is affordable to the world’s masses. The Cost-Of-Goods could be $0.5 or $10 depending on features. The ISP requires no service fee, no battery replacement, no re-charging, and no maintenance. It requires no training, strength, nor agility. It is effective against attackers regardless of their strength or number. It can be incorporated into daily wear items like buttons or jewelry. An ISP could always be present whether recognized or not.
Would there be violent criminals if people wore ISPs?
Joined: Sep 11, 2004 Posts: 19 Location: Las Vegas
Posted: Thu Sep 30, 2004 5:05 pm Post subject:
Sounds too 1984ish to me. What happens when it is used for other things (as it would). Or used in reverse; to help stalk people instead? Great in theory, bad in reality I'm afraid. _________________ http://www.lvrealty.net
Sounds too 1984ish to me. What happens when it is used for other things (as it would). Or used in reverse; to help stalk people instead? Great in theory, bad in reality I'm afraid.
The ISP can be shielded against detection until needed. I expect that by 2010 mobile phones will have RFID detectors in them. Then a prevasive mobile phone RFID detection network will be possible. An 'Amber Alert' to such a system could enable the life recovery of kidnap victims.
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