This invention pertains to the identification of objects inside of a building or structures, using an advanced sensor grid that uses microwaves to see the interior of the building, such as the metal beams, staircases, elevators, and other building elements, in addition to the ability to see a 3d model of the structure with recognition of moving objects such as persons and animals.
Uses for this technology include identification of threats and assessment of strategies to minimize or remove the threats. This can include the identification of hostages vs. hostage takers, or residents, innocent bystanders, and other types of objects such as weapons.
This technology could also be used in conjunction with microwave facial recognition technology, which can identify who the subjects are in the building. The system also has the ability to display, in the 3d model, what forms of communication are present in the building, such as dedicated phone lines, computer terminals, smart phones, cell phones, and other forms of communicating devices.
This technology could also be used in addition to voice recognition from microwave parabolic microphone technology, to determine what the residents or persons inside the building are saying.
This technology could also be used to gather vital signs of humans inside a building.
Other uses include civilian military such as the Secret Service, FBI, and other types of cases that pertain to national security. Eventually this type of technology will be available to all police forces.