Help Austin Catch the Serial Bomber Using OOH Tech
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Five explosions have gone off in Austin since March 2 and a sixth was prevented. Authorities believe they are the work of a serial bomber. An Austin-bound device exploded at a Fed-Ex facility near San Antonio Tuesday morning and authorities believe it is related to the other blasts.
Unexpectedly we discovered one of OOH Today’s regular contributing writers, Joshua Lawton, recently released a video with his co-Founder, Justin Gilfus.
Through their company, Abraxas Technology, they are offering their OOH technology in an effort to locate the bomber in Austin, Texas. The 2 residents of the Austin Community, are combat veterans and are determined to help in time of need. They are giving away their OOH detection devices, for free to area business’s and residents. Their video below tells the story best.
What Josh and Justin are doing is real and unselfish. Join us in applauding their efforts.
Please give them support via comments below or to their website, http://abraxastechnology.com.
Help Austin Catch the Bomber
As combat veterans who swore an oath to protect our community, neither Justin nor I could stand idly by and do nothing while our community is plagued by bombs and trip wires. While any search for a bomber is akin to a needle in the haystack, we believe that our technology can assist law enforcement with collecting information that can be used to identify the perpetrator or perpetrators of these heinous acts of terrorism against Austinites. With your help we can deploy our devices around Austin.
we believe that our technology can assist law enforcement with collecting information
Even though we pray that another attack will not occur, if it does, and if one of our devices is in the vicinity, we will be able to provide information for law enforcement to use to clear away some of the hay and make the needle easier to find.
We know that there are no silver bullets, but we can’t stand idly by and do nothing while our community is under attack.
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