LRAD Corporation

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LRAD Corporation
Public (NASDAQLRAD)
Industry Technology/Manufacturing
Founded Utah, U.S. (1980)
Founder Woody Norris
Headquarters San Diego, California, U.S.
Area served
Worldwide
Key people

Richard S. Danforth (Chairman, President and CEO)
Katherine H. McDermott (Chief Financial Officer)
Robert Putnam (Media relations)

General John G. Coburn (Ret.) (Chairman)
Products

Long Range Acoustic Device
LRAD-RX
LRAD 1000Xi
LRAD 1000X
LRAD 1000
LRAD 500X
LRAD 300X
LRAD 300Xi

LRAD 100X
Website www.lradx.com

LRAD Corporation is based in San Diego, California. Its Long Range Acoustic Device (LRAD) products are used for long range acoustic hailing and mass notification. The company was previously named American Technology Corporation (ATC) until 2010.[1] The company's stock trades on the NASDAQ Capital Market with the ticker symbol "LRAD."[2]

Company history[edit]

LRAD was founded in Utah by inventor/entrepreneur Elwood "Woody" Norris as the American Technology Corporation in 1980 (entity # 734088-0142).[3] From 1988 to early 1992 the company was inactive. Norris recapitalized the company as a Delaware Corporation in 1992.[4] In 1996, the company launched its first directed sound technology and began engineering sound solutions for the commercial, government, and military markets. In response to the October 2000 attack on the USS Cole, the company's engineering team developed the Long Range Acoustic Device (LRAD). With the introduction of LRAD systems in 2003, the company entered the acoustic hailing device (AHD) market, followed by the introduction of the omnidirectional ONE VOICE™ Mass Notifications system in 2012. Today, LRAD communication sound systems are being used around the world in diverse applications including fixed and mobile military deployments, maritime security, critical infrastructure and perimeter security, commercial security, border and port security, law enforcement and emergency responder communications, and wildlife preservation and control.

Products[edit]

  • Long Range Acoustic Device (LRAD), which is a high-intensity directional acoustic array designed for long-range communication and mass notification.[5]

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