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Xonar Technology Inc. Appoints Michael Wehrs to Chief Operating Officer as It Prepares for Commercial Launch

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Xonar Technology Inc. – pioneer of XonarSafe, a concealed weapon screening system using multiple sensors, image processing, AI and cloud computing – today announced it has named Michael Wehrs as Chief Operating Officer. With decades of experience bringing cutting edge technologies to market, Wehrs provides the kind of unique leadership skills, vision and business strategy that will help Xonar achieve its goal of leading the market with disruptive security technology.

“We are proud to welcome Michael to the Xonar executive team and management committee,” said Xonar Chairman and CEO Hans Hufschmid. “His expertise spans the entire business lifecycle, from concept development, IP strategy and industry alliances to commercial launch. With Xonar emerging from the startup R&D phase with great success in real-world field tests, Michael’s product, technical, management and operational skills will help us ensure public safety in a wide range of real-world applications.”

“I am honored and excited to be joining Xonar Technology at such a pivotal time for the company,” said Wehrs. “With the increasing demand for concealed weapon detection systems, Xonar has the capability to usher in numerous benefits to enhance security, reduce user frustration, dramatically improve efficiency and reduce costs for venue operators of all sizes in every geography around the world.”

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Xonar Technology Inc. has pioneered a new approach to security screening with the revolutionary combination of multiple sensors, image processing, AI and cloud computing. We are committed to continuous innovation, industry-leading reliability and accuracy while reducing the time and impositions current security systems require of everyone. The company’s solutions will soon be available for a broad range of venues and settings to ensure that people entering secure areas who are carrying weapons are identified so the venue operators can take appropriate actions.

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