Queen’s University Belfast spin-out MicroSense Solutions has invested £583k ($907k) into research and development of microwave perimeter detections systems.

The project is backed by government agency Invest NI, which has contributed £274k towards the research.

MicroSense intends to develop a wireless microwave barrier which can be integrated alongside traditional security technologies for a more robust response to potential break-ins.

Dr Stephen Seawright, chief executive of MicroSense, said: “Our new R&D programme will greatly enhance our intellectual property and product portfolio,…

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