Yardarm Technologies has created “a geo-location system that tracks a gun and can remotely lock it (or fire it),” Fox News reported Friday.
“Suppose you and your family are on vacation in Las Vegas, and your firearm is back at home. Wouldn’t you want to know in real time if an intruder, or worse a child, is handling your gun?” CEO Bob Stewart told media. “We want the gun owner to stay connected to their firearm, no matter what the circumstance.”
That sounds like a goal that may interest some gun owners, and that in turn may create a market demand for the technology. The company notes on its website it will give gun owners “unprecedented control of [their] firearm 24 hours a day, seven days a week, from anywhere in the world, including: