Terrorist attacks involving explosives and weapons of mass destruction are real threats. To maintain an edge over terrorist organizations requires strategic planning technology integration, perpetual training, and policy implementation.
Effective control on the movement of vehicles across the routes means prevention of illicit trafficking in arms, ammunition’s, explosives, narcotics and drugs, hazardous chemicals, radioactive and nuclear material.
Micro Sec. VSS is a multi-view, drive-through inspection system capable of scanning cars and vans for concealed threats and contraband.
The system quickly produces images from three sides (left, right and top-down) of the vehicle being examined, resulting in a comprehensive and improved capability to detect suspicious items while simultaneously facilitating the flow of legitimate traffic.
It is a high-throughput screening gateway, allowing approximately 80 vehicles per hour, driven at a speed of 5 kph, vehicles are scanned for threats and illegal goods such as stowaways, explosives, drugs, and alcohol.
In comparison to the technology currently used, the system provides a much clearer image of low density objects that may be hidden in car fenders, tires, trunks, fuel tanks, or under the hood.
A typical medical diagnostic X-ray will expose a person to between five and 100 millirems of radiation. A person scanned by the ZBV would receive only about .010 millirems of radiation.
The extremely low radiation dosage of the Z-Portal is safe for operators, drivers and the environment.