Human Effects Testing
Through experimentation technicians
at SRT generate data on the amount of non-lethal stimulus necessary to be effective yet minimize the risk of significant injury.
Technicians then use this information to develop or refine non-lethal and less-lethal human effects models. Technicians and
medical staff validate and verify the Human Effects Modeling Analysis Program they have developed to ensure the components
are generating accurate and consistent predictions.
While non-lethal and less-lethal
weapons do not have the deadly stopping power of high velocity bullets fired from a firearm, such deadly force is generally not
necessary to deter many typical crimes. Moreover, there are many situations where deadly force is either, not needed or wanted.
SRT anticipates a strong global demand by the military, law enforcement, border security and corrections for non-lethal
and less-lethal weapons.