Rapiscan Systems is an American privately held company that specialises in walk-through metal detectors and X-ray machines for screening airport luggage and cargo. The company is owned by OSI Systems.
The company headquarters, in Torrance, California, USA, is the primary location for research and development, engineering, manufacturing, sales and marketing, and customer service support. Their European headquarters, and home to Rapiscan Systems
Limited, is in Salfords in Surrey, England, near Gatwick Airport. The primary centre for development and distribution of X-ray systems for hold-baggage screening is also at Salfords. In Espoo, Finland, Rapiscan Systems designs and manufactures its Metor Metal Detectors, used in people-screening applications.
- Detection of explosives and narcotics alert
- Meeting today’s most stringent global requirements
- Dual view technology
- Tunnel size: 640 mm (w) x 430 mm (h) (25.2 x 16.9 in.)
- Length: 2,880 mm (113.4 in.)
- Width: 1,430 mm (56.3 in.)
- Height: 1,418 mm (55.8 in.)
- Automated internal calibration eliminates cost of purchasing and managing calibration traps.
- Simultaneous dual mode detection by using one detector significantly decreases the possibility of mechanical failure associated with two detector systems.
- Automatically saves test results, preventing deletions.
- Non-radioactive ionization source removes shipping restrictions and licensing requirements.
- Quick analysis and results in approximately 8 seconds.
- Results require minimal interpretation, allowing operators to concentrate on sample acquisition.
- Lightweight (28.65 lb/12.99 kg) with built-in handle for easy transport.
- Internationally recognized regulatory compliant
- Easy to install & operate
- Powerful screening of large crowds
- Regulated level of detection reliability
- Fast, accurate alarm resolution with a 2d location
- Ip 55 protection class
- Excellent electrical & multiple wtmd immunity
Agilent Technologies is an American public research, development and manufacturing company established in 1999 as a spin-off from Hewlett-Packard. The resulting IPO of Agilent stock was the largest in the history of Silicon Valley at the time.
The company provides analytical instruments, software, services and consumables for the entire laboratory workflow. Agilent focuses its products and services on six markets: food, environmental and forensics, pharmaceutical, diagnostics, chemical and energy, and research. From 1999 to 2014, the company also produced test and measurement equipment for electronics; that division was spun off to form Keysight.
- Best detection rate available – ECAC standard 3 (Type B and A)
- Screens all containers, including metals
- False alarm rates (FAR) for:
- All non-metallic containers 0.7%
- Water only 0.02%
- All containers, including metals < 2%
- Fast and easy-to-use – scans within 5 seconds
- Specific threat materials identified and named
- Approved for containers <100 mL
- Ideal as stand-alone systems for all containers or for alarm resolution with EDS for cabin baggage (C2 or C3)
foster + freeman
Foster + Freeman are innovators in the design and manufacture of systems for examination of questioned documents, latent fingerprints, trace evidence and shoe prints.
Established in 1978, Foster + Freeman has become one of the foremost forensic science equipment suppliers in the world, exporting market leading, and in many cases unique products to more than 140 countries.
- Comprehensive imaging system for the detection, capture, and enhancement of almost any type of fingerprint
- high-resolution 36.3MP camera fitted with application-specific macro lenses
- advanced digital enhancement
- maximises print detail to improve the value of evidence.
- Precise wavebands of illumination from UV through the visible to IR
- Examine documents with advanced technology used and trusted by forensic examiners and immigration authorities worldwide
- Reveal hidden details using a wide variety of examination facilities to observe security features and detect irregularities
- Display UltraHD images using Super Resolution Imaging to display sharp, bright images of documents on a 4K UltraHD monitor
Vidisco Ltd. is a global leading designer and manufacturer of state-of-the-art portable X-ray inspection systems.
For almost 30 years Vidisco has been revolutionizing the X-ray industry as it was the first company to offer a portable, PC-based digital X-ray system packed in a single suitcase.
The company was founded in 1988 as a sub-company of Aran Electronics, specifically for the purpose of finding a portable solution in order to X-ray unexploded bomb shells in the field after “hot” military and air force training exercises. Vidisco is located in Or-Yehuda, a town in central Israel and has almost 50 employees.
Today, Vidisco’s portable digital X-ray systems are sold in over 75 countries and deployed in every kind of terrain and weather conditions.
- available with three VCU imagers: VCU 10e, VCU 16e and VCU 22e
- 10 bit X-ray image (1,024 grey levels) combined with 1.4 lp/mm – 40 AWG resolution
- over 30 mm of steel penetration
- over two weeks on a single battery charge
- unlimited time on external (AC) power
- Integrated wireless solutions and robot-ready options provide further operational flexibility