A little bit more about "the fictional techology." This multi-vendor vechicle specification, primarily for the "Q.R.T.", was developed around 2000, using legally-licensed network interfaces. The prototypes were primarily cars and SUVs.
Although the technology was already well-prototyped in the late 1990s, its finalization was influenced by Columbine's first responders, already designed in handling and letting colleges, universities, and multiple police departments respond to situations.
As mentioned, at the time of Columbine, the prototyping didn't include school districts. The lack of knowing something that horrific could have been possible was incredibly frustrating for Our Corporation, in retrospect. We continue to enhance security for those events with newer interfaces whenever possible.
The project was "verified in theory."
The 9-88/QRT, as a finished project, are a recently de-classified class of vehicles developed by the Stellethee Security & Logistics Group. The models are called the 9-88/QRT because of the "Quick Response Team" involved in the theoretical response.
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