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MASS TRANSIT SCREENING
FOR AIRLINE PASSENGERS
Mass transit screening for airline passengers
The heightened threat of terrorist attacks all around the world has focused attention on the safety and protection of airline passengers.
Screening people at airports presents many problems, though, as there are practical and cultural constraints to be considered, especially where large numbers are involved.
Airport authorities want to avoid hindering internal staff from doing their job or adding to lengthening passenger queues
ThruVis, our revolutionary passive people-screening camera, can provide a secondary check for concealed weapons and suicide bombs without disrupting the movement of passengers or staff with access to restricted areas.
Units can be fixed or portable, require no infrastructure and can be set up in minutes where people would not expect.
They can be deployed covertly at airport entrances, allowing checks to be made before anyone reaches baggage queues and security chokepoints.
Ours is the only technology of its kind capable of detecting objects of virtually any material, even under multiple layers of clothing.
It will spot hidden explosives and liquids, and in tests at a range of up to 15 metres was 100-per-cent successful in identifying anyone wearing a bomb vest or carrying a hidden weapon.
TeraHertz cameras gather instant images with no harmful effects to the human body and avoid any invasion of privacy because no anatomical details of the person being scanned are revealed.
Images can be streamed in real-time to staff with mobile devices or command and control centres, using our EdgeVis Live technology.
Units can work on a stand-alone basis or be integrated into existing security management systems.
ThruVis’s potential to save lives by providing an early warning of a threat has led to an increase in its use around the world in the last year.
It is now a major deterrent in the fight against crime and terrorism in 10 countries, including the United Kingdom and the United States, as well as the Middle East and Asia.