In an interview to Mehr News, Seyed Ali Hosseini, the inventor of the radar tracker in Gilan Science and Technology Park and Mazandaran Medical Sciences Center, said that the radar tracker was designed and built to detect drugs, explosives, bodies alive and dead under the rubble, addictive drugs and alcoholic beverages.
Hosseini pointed out that the device was composed of two parts, the transmitter and receiver.
“The transmitter part consists of radio waves and radio magnets emitting waves across the earth and stimulates elements’ molecular layer and releases their ions."
He went on saying that, "the receiver detects ions as well as the molecular layer, then transfers waves back to the target to detect their essence.”
He said the device could measure the diameter of the material, if it was embedded into the ground or elsewhere.
“Data of tracked elements are displayed in 3D on computer system which includes the volume, weight and size of the traced elements,” Hosseini added.
Stating that the device was first built in radar form, Hosseini said, “the tracking device can be applied by the police, border guards, security agents and during unexpected accidents and disasters.”
He said at the end that the device could detect drug addicts from a distance of 1500 meters and determine the degree of addiction inside their bodies.