Mission Monday is a weekly feature where we showcase our student members and the work they're doing to live out Washington DECA's mission of providing business and leadership opportunities to high school students to succeed in school, careers and life. The following is a project by Maanas Peri and Romir Singla from Eastlake High School.
It’s becoming more normal to hear about a fatal shooting in America that has claimed numerous lives, which is both grieving and alarming. For this reason, we have developed a product that tightens security locally and internationally. TeraFirst has embarked on a revolutionizing journey, where our company will be one of the first to implement the applications of Terahertz Wavelength technology through software and apps alike, in order to detect unlicensed firearms, harmful drugs, along with other prohibited items. This will prevent the unfortunate man-made disasters that endanger innocent lives around the world, and capitulates humanities strive for “World Peace”. When examining the market, there is an obvious niche that lies with new, innovative detection technology. Products such as these have not been advanced for decades, and it is time for a company to change that notion. Airports and areas of large gatherings can take advantage of our newly introduced products. These devices not only determine harmful metallic weaponry in long ranges, but our items detect toxic gases and substances that are being smuggled inside the vicinity of the scanner boundaries. Additionally, we offer our users, our mobile application to evaluate their own safety whenever and wherever they want, with the help of our Terahertz emitting devices.
In addition to investment, TeraFirst has already agreed with four crowdsourcing investors from Kickstarter over a four-year period compounded monthly with a 3% interest rate. Terafirst 3 plans to start our first month of business with $60,000, out of which a combined $20,000 will be implemented from both of the owner’s pockets. The rest of the $40,000 are provided by family members from both sides of the owners, along with four additional crowdsourcing investors from Kickstarter as well.