The increasing growth of terrorist activities, contraband and illegal transportation drives the demand for high performance security systems. Special attention needs to be paid to the area of international cargo transport that is usually the preferred vector for the contraband with weapons, radioactive and explosive materials, narcotics and other forbidden material, easy to be hidden inside large volume of goods. The daily increasing volume of transported cargo makes it impossible to physically inspect all suspicious transports operators.
MBT’s award winning technology provides a safe, reliable and optimized solution in terms of throughput of more than 200 scanned long vehicles/hour.
It is the most technologically advanced gamma scanner available in the world market with impressive image analisys capabilities that ensure the highest productivity for cargo inspeciton applications without compromising the safety and security of the operators.
scanned Road tankerstandard view
Scanned truck cabin – standard view (in the right side you can see an AK47)
As a first for cargo & vehicle screening systems, Roboscan 1MC combines the advantages of material discrimination with the reliability of natural isotope imaging systems and takes image resolution to an impressive 1.6 mm.
The material discrimination feature provides extra information for the operators that can easily evaluate the radiography and establish a more accurate threat level by knowing whether the suspect area is organic, light organic or inorganic. With most of explosives being organic, this feature is extremely useful in identifying bulk explosives and IEDs.
Principle of operation: Transmission imaging;
Penetration: 170 mm in steel;
Image resolution: standard 4 mm steel object visible / 1,6 mm object visible with the high-resolution& dual-energy option;
one by one scanning
Scanning one by one of stationary vehicles (optimized solution in terms of penetration and image resolution);
Sequential scanning of a number of vehicles placed in a line for a higher throughput;
Drive through scanning
Fixed portal scanner (the inspected vehicles can be driven by their driver in order to be fully scanned at low speed of 5 to 15 km/hour that generates an optimized solution in terms of throughput of more than 200 long vehicles/hour).