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ARMATIX

Intelligent Gun Safety Systems

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Welcome To Armatix

Armatix envisions a world in which the tragedy of accidental firearm deaths is a thing of the past. Our Smart System consists of a radio-controlled watch that is responsible for gun access and use. A Smart System gun will only shoot if it is within range of this watch. It is possible to release the safety mechanism via the radiocontrolled watch activated by means of a PIN code. As soon as the gun loses radio contact with the watch ‐ e.g. if it is knocked out of the shooter's hand or in case of loss, theft, etc. ‐ it automatically deactivates itself. Mechatronics allows weapons and weapon systems to be networked with computers.

Smart systems are the future of firearm safety.

News & Interviews

VIRGINIA SHOOTING SPORTS ASSOCIATION

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, 2017

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"Smart Gun" Exec Agrees With NRA That Mandates are Bad The gun ban lobby likes to blame the firearms industry and the NRA for the difficulty that so-called "smart gun" manufacturers have had getting their projects to be accepted by the market.  The fact is The NRA and the pro-rights community have no problem with advances in technology in firearms, they just don't want there to be legislative mandates that those be the only guns that can be sold and purchased, like was done in New Jersey several years ago.  The NRA is not the only group wary of such mandates, law enforcement is wary too.

AJ+ Interview

Feb 24, 2017

AJ+ / Hunter Holcombe / Christof Putzel

from AJ+ Presents: Guns In America

AJ+'s documentary series Guns in America explores how fear and power define Americans' relationship with guns. The six-part series examines the controversy over assault rifles, guns in schools, the rise of concealed carry, the NRA's new agenda, smart guns and record shooting rates in Chicago.

ComputerWorld

October 19, 2016

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A new smart gun model will be commercially available next year.

The 9mm semiautomatic comes from the German manufacturer Armatix, and is designed to unlock using the owner's fingerprint.

It will retail for around $1,365 when it is released in mid-2017, the company's president told Computerworld.

R. T. Interview

July, 2016

Simone Del Rosario

Smart gun technology could reduce accidental shootings

Wall Street Journal

May 12, 2016

Joe Palazzolo

California Ruling Could Pave the Way

The US Public's Preference for Safer Guns

AJPH EDITORIAL

March 2016, Vol 106, No. 3 AJPH

Every year, gun violence imposes an unacceptable toll on people in the United States. In 2014, the most recent year for which final data are available, 33 599 people died from gun violence; the majority . . .

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The Abell Report

Personalized Guns: Using Technology to Address Gun Violence

August 2014, Volume 27, Number 2

Armatix, a German company, now manufactures a .22 calibre pistol, the iP1, which allows the consumer to choose between digital or battery operation.

A wristwatch, the iWl, emits the radio frequency necessary for the gun to operate. Providing further safety features,

NRA-ILA Article

Armatix Plans 9mm "Smart Gun" for U.S. Market

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2016

On Wednesday, Computerworld reported that gun maker Armatix plans to bring a 9mm "smart" handgun, dubbed the iP9, to the U.S. market in 2017.

The iP9 is Armatix's second offering for the U.S. market. NRA does not oppose the development of so-called "smart gun technology,"

Perspectives

Personalized Firearms and Electronic Safety Devices

Conference Background Paper 'Smart Technology in SALW Control: Civilian Protection, the UN-POA, and Transfer Control (SmartCon)'
Berlin 17-18 June 2013

. . .only a few of the products currently on the market in this sector provide a market analysis based on these criteria (e.g. see Armatrix, n.d.). The reason for this,

     

     
     

     

VIDEOS

Armatix Technology
Smart Gun Support Video
How a Smart Gun Works
The Baselock System
The Baselock Advantage
Baselock Stationary System
Quicklock Usage
Quicklock Technology
Non-Destructable Quicklock
Why Not Smart Guns?

Rules of Gun Safety

The fundamental rules for safe gun handling are:

  • RULE I: ALL GUNS ARE ALWAYS LOADED
  • RULE II: ALWAYS KEEP THE GUN POINTED IN A SAFE DIRECTION
  • RULE III: NEVER POINT A GUN AT ANYTHING YOU ARE NOT WILLING TO DESTROY
  • RULE IV: KEEP YOUR FINGER OFF THE TRIGGER UNTIL YOUR SIGHTS ARE ON THE TARGET
  • RULE V: BE ABSOLUTELY SURE OF YOUR TARGET BEFORE YOU PULL THE TRIGGER
  • RULE VI: KEEP YOUR FINGER OFF THE TRIGGER UNTIL YOU ARE READY TO SHOOT!
  • RULE VII: ALWAYS KEEP THE GUN UNLOADED UNTIL READY TO USE!