Passionate About Student Safety.
On the afternoon of February 14, 2018, reports of another deadly high school shooting were on every news station. The world was informed of a mass shooting that had taken place at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, where 17 people had lost their lives. This happened to be one of the deadliest mass high school shootings in the United States.
The co-founders of WRAD One focused their shock into action designed to prevent senseless deaths and get urgent help to the wounded. They decided to use their research and development expertise to create a gunshot detection sensor specifically for K-12 and Higher Education environments, developing technology that makes this security tool affordable.
Our focus is simple: school should be a place where students feel safe and parents should not be concerned about their child’s safety while at school. Teachers and administrators who feel compelled to ensure the safety of their students should feel confident they have a solution that will SAVE LIVES.
A Dedicated Team of Professionals.
Mike Mann is one of WRAD One’s co-founders and brings 40 years of wireless technology industry experience and start-up business expertise with him. Mike has held senior Operations, Sales, and Marketing positions with several technology companies by leading the revenue growth and market expansion efforts for many of them.
He was a co-founder of a company that brought the first full-duplex hands-free solution to the wireless industry dealing with companies like Mitsubishi, Audiovox, Motorola, GE, and others. His experience includes the oversight of engineering and manufacturing partners in Asia and the U.S., ensuring the timely delivery to companies like AT&T and key equipment manufacturing accounts.
Mike holds a bachelor's degree in Biology from the University of Arkansas.
A co-founder of WRAD One, LLC, Kevin Wilder brings 40 years of electronic hardware design in consumer wireless communications and control, consumer audio analysis systems (such as voice recognition and industrial controls measurement) and monitoring platforms. His primary product development focus has been with both analog and digital microprocessor driven electronics and components.
He was a co-founder of a company that brought the first full-duplex hands-free solution to the wireless industry by developing a universal hands-free product for companies such as Samsung, Mitsubishi, GE, Audiovox, Motorola and Panasonic.
Kevin has been awarded numerous patents and has filed new applications for his technology that drives work.